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WASH 13 AND NEW YORK- 1 FROM PHILA 7 5# 00 P 

DIRECTOR AND SAC DEFERREC 

PHILIP BART, WAS, IS DASH C.j REBULET JULY TWO LAST ENTITLED 

COMMUNIST PARTY,, USA- DASH BRIEF, PROSECUTION OF ADDITIONAL 

COMMUNIST FUNCTIONARIES UNDER THE SMITH' ACT, IS DASH C. NY SHOULD 

VERIFY BART-S WHEREABOUTS AND ADVISE BUREAU IN VIEW OF HIS RESIDENCE 

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PHILIP BART,. WAS, IS DASH C.j IN' CONNECTION WITH PROSECUTIVE SUMMARY 
REPORT BEING PREPARED ON BART, CG OFFICE WILL ADVISE PROPER INDIVIDUAL 
TO SUBPOENA FOR- RECORDS OF FORMER. LOCAL BOARD NUMBER SIX NINE, 
CG, WITH WHICH BART REGISTERED FEB.) SIXTEEN, FORTYTWO* NY OFFICE 
WILL ADVISE INDIVIDUAL COMPETENT TO PRODUCE RECORDS OF 
NATURALIZATION BUREAU, SEVENTY COLUMBUS AVE*, WHICH CONTAIN RECORDS 
OF NATURALIZATION OF BENJAMIN BERAL, FATHER 'OF BART, IN USDC,' SDNY, 
DEC.} SEVEN, NINETEEN. TWENTY, NATURALIZATION CERTIFICATE NO' 
ONE 'FOUR FIVE FIVE SIX NAUGHT NAUGHT., SUfEL., 



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S8WAI0JI L^HALoaa adoittod to 1*1 tod 3Ut0t oitlgons'lp 
on Doooabor 7, 1W0, In the United itatea District Coort, :>outhora District 
of «o» Tor*, SatwalUatttti Certifioato #lii5^&00« Ha had filod a petition 
tor naiairnUaaUan on Soptonbor i, 19W§ in th* a«ao court, *otition #3JiW» 

»m&l olaiaod no tw oom in tsraao, Boaaio, July ijj, I3t?, 
4md iaa&gratod tb too TJnitod statoa fron Haoborg, arriving at K'ow tork City 
on Augoat d, l^U, Ha Hatad «*oag nit ©hiidron ??ULrr, uno %«• bow *ay 
10, IPOt, in totitUt y\ 

(Snatodian of natttralia*tion rooordo, laaigrotion and 
Mataraliaation iaroan, 70 Colvnboa Aranoo, UtO.) 

rrup isAHT* according to hia occupational quoaUonoairo 
filed oith Selective Sorfioo Boor* Jfftf « Chicago, UUnoie, m iiatod above, 
otatod no hod eeapJetod seven ycara of graawar echoel and fonr joara of trad* 
ached. 

(State Sireetor of Selective berfiee for lllineie, Spring- 
field, llUnoio) 

0. wrMogtyrT (ether toon CoMuaist ?arty e*plc7*ont) 

?Hn»T? JAW, -ehea filing hia occupational aeoatieenairc 
*ith a beard #ep, Chicago, illinolc, etated that ho nod been enpleyed a* « 
printer, coin* particularly engaged as * eoepeeiter fron 1??1 to V?k, and 
further, thot no had boon eoployed ae on «ph?lotercr fron 1??U to 1P2*. ho 
declared test next to the poalUon of organleor end speaker, doing #<bdLnie- 
trefcive Twkj ho voa beet fitted for tht poeition of apholeterer. 

(state Director of Selective service for nnnel», Spring- 
field* I lllnol e) 

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fteoarde of tha Beede flrfiee. City Sail, frt» leaie, maaonri, 
oontaU narriage application 0913661 datod damn 1, 1#*1, reflecting that 
mm PAR* of 1$XL Avoaoo 1, Mow t»rk 0lt7, «»d tfro. CCKSlAWS ft TfAU&S, o7? 
Xakoahoro Ditto, Chioago, lilinoia, both sgo 39, »«d appUod t*t a narriago 
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Ibt rocord» of *h« Dood* Jiic« olto contfJjs •MonrUge 
Uomm $05661 jroflectta* tbot PHiUP aAkf and UOMSTANCk ..WA'J..^ vox* 
mrrled lurch 1, lftl> by JaiUM of the ?•••• 0^-iOS *• mm, ^ith rJlatrlct, 
Si# Lout*, Mifiiowi. 

(BLEANQft AMD-ASCII, So«*Otw?y *ftd fiooordor of Soed*, Doedf 
Office, City HUH, St. Xouit, AMMd) 

£Afft*« reUtiYeo, wording to the naturalisation reeordo 
of Ma f other in 1©20, included hi. f other end nether, BENf Nil* end ROM 
I&ttly ten in 1879 tot 1W?, reepeettvelyj eietero CftUA, itffeg, tad IUA, 
end toetfcer, JttKkt. WJW end 1BA were lieted ee homing seen bora la Men 
^ Tern City* ehile the Mrtk pleee of the other* tu ftneein. 

(Cwiodlw of aotwelinetien record*, I*«i*r*Uon «nd 
*»tur*li»*Uon Sereon, 79 Col««t>uj Avenue, RIO} 

Cn Seotenber 1, 1*20, fcARTfe f ether, BSMJ4Mm 1* SAL, re- 
adied *t 6U seat 11th street, Mew Tort City. 

| (Cnotedlen of notnrallnotton record*, lanlgrttion end 

Jf*terell*etien Somen, 70 Coleebna Avenue, wo) 

On Angnet ll» # ly*«, FHIU? iJMlT fnmlehed nie oddrooo 
it $e*7 nth Avenoe, Detroit, itiehigett. 

<FBX Zdentifleetien Keeord #226*37) 

0n tfereh 1, l?i*l, t^KS*$ eidreee *oe given by hi* ee 
1311 Arenee K« Vow Totk City. 

(GLEUIOK AK}c&S0N« Secretury end Recorder of Seedf, Deede 
CItU; city 8*11, St. Leole, ttieeeuri) 

In lievonber Ufel, It eeeone Jenemi thet ?,ilUP 3AMT hod 
oeen reeiding *t 10?* *eot sekin Street, Chicago, lUtneti, sinoe *ey of a#tl« 



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Da ?obr**ry 16, 1$U2, B,'.Rf §i«tod ho iron josldUig At tho 

(SUit mroetor of ^oiootiro liondoo for lilinedts, Spring* 
fiold, 111*) 

Tho Phindolphia ftloohono Mreotorioo loono* for too ononor 
of Wj ia April l$kh and in *ty Iftft *nd l&o, Hot MIJUP 3ikT no resid- 
ing nt fM.i'iM Strooti HdladoMaaj Fonntylwtin, 

(Mr* OW U. BA.'l'.T, Oonoral Diroetory hanagorj Boll folo- 
?hono Coopony, *idonor &uil4i»g, miadolphin, *«nnoylwnia) 

aamSA&l levies nsflflM 

1*1UP IAS? it not hnonn to haro * military sondoo rooord* 

QkUt ?£1 Idontifleotlott fcocord #226137* PHILIP Ukt hao 
too f o&oning eriaiaal rooord on filn with tho TBIt 

On Joly % 1*28, «i Mir? sail £»112, h« woo arroatod 
by tho Botroit, Michigan, Volloo Popartoont on tho ohnrgo of ooiag a cloordor- 
ly poroon* Aooording to the rooord, ho «ao dlaohargod* 

Q» Aagnot lit, 192*, an PttlttlP »«tf j #?o0$, ho not orrootod 
hy tho Palioo DopartMont of Tontiac, yiohigan, tho ohargo botng "oolotting 
hoi kn o w ■ * In eonnootton *ith thlo lattor orront, rocordo of tho Pontine 
Polieo Bonortaont rofloet that tho ohargo *ao ■pasoiog hnndbiUo," for vhleh 
Tttiri *t*4 ordorod to yoy n $10 fin* or oo nontonood to f*to day* in j«n« 

(DotooUvo r L Identification Buroao, iontiao Folieo 

Bopartaont* Nation, Hicfaigan) 

ftooordo of tho Cloric'B Offioo, U.S. Diatriot Court, 
Biotrlot of Colnntolo, Crininal Mrtnton, Srininal Oookot #l?ii6-$0, indiooto 
that MET, on hOTonbw 20, 19$0, vao lndietod on 32 oonntn for violation of 
Soetion 192, titlo 2, 3SC» Bo vat arraignod Horonoor »i, 1?#, and ontorod 
n plea of not guilty. Ho van roloaood ondor Uond of ll,£00« Cn nay 3, 1?S1, 
£&& waiirod n dory trial and -woo triad by oonrt boforo Jndgo 30f.KITA xhimm* 
SAKT nan fonnd gnUty tho two dnto on tho first oigbt eonnto of tho iadiot- 
«ent, and allovod to rooain on hond ponding oontonoo. On Amo 1» 1951, BART 
*ao nontonood oy Jodgo Vkmm$ to Inpriaoaoont for a porlod of throo nontho 

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aa* to pay a jiao of $300* On tho aoaa data a aotiaa of aspoal «ao filad 
by *AR?*t attawey. Jlo was doniad iba itgfct of bail la aonnoettoa aith Ma 
appoal oafcLl Juno 5, l^^l, vhoa haaaa nltu»d fron tin Motriat of golaafela 
4*X\ oa had «f $8 # ooa poadlag Mo a?poal* 

(Clork, ».*♦ WLatrict Court fox tho Idatrlat of Ooluabia* 

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Itioro boo oooa «o Mal toH J o avldoneo doaolaaod eoooora* 
K^ tha atattta of SAfif «a haalth, 

I Thoro ooi boon dotolopod no iaf onoatioo ©oao«roin« tho 

f aoto « unrounding iht aoaloaloii of JtilUP Bafcf into tho Caaaaatot Party* 

if or gcaniMdE yttir Agffim amp FCMTioiq 

I , rtrttP Daft** aboa filinc Ma i^locUto sorvico qoaotioa- 

a*lro*\yox* J»0, on Aogaot 10, I9b2, aith Local Bhord f 6?, Cfaieogo, Illinois^ 
aoolorotl^hot at Out U»o bo voo oqployod m on Orgaalsar far tho Coaaoaia* 
Party doU»«j adaUiatratiro aad argaaiaatiaaal wort, audi farthor* tho* ho hod 
had Wa yours oxoarloiiaa la that aort oad aaa j>»id $?? par wok. *A*f 
doalarod that ho 4o * rogufer* poraoaoat oaployoo aad had aortad at hia 
praooat jo© ao of Augdot ID, 1$?, far ton yaara. Ho ttotod Ma oaployor 
ao tho Saaaufciat Party, TO tfortfa %oll* stroot, Chicago, Illiaaio, ahooa 
baeinoM vu that af a political party, 

,,, . , .AUC.U SoXocUvo Sorvioo Ula iadtoatoo that ahoa h« 

filad hlo oooapaUoaal ipaotloiMialroj ha otaUd that ho had feooa aagagod 
aiaaa 1?32 *« aa Ortaaiaor and aaoakor* dolo« adalaiotratWa aort, hlo 
aa?loyar cola* tho Coamalot 3>arty, OlinoU-Indiwu aiatriot, »8 north 
tfalla atroot, chiaato, miaoao* 

(&tata Dirootor of $olaatiit sarviaa far lUiaoia, Spriajt- 
ttold, Illiaoto) 

do Horoahor ^ %%&$ aORhls QtilUk* t*»o dwcribod hiaoolf 
ao wUta Soerottry af tho Oaomaiot Forty, at Coaoaaiot Forty Boaditttartoro, 



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208 jlortk folio £trot* Chloago, illtaolo, dltpltyod m list ot tho oaployoct 
oJf tho Cooaunlot Party, XOiaolo-Iadiatja District* ourroat far abvoatar i, , 
Apia, IncludoA la tho list hm tho amis tfmjp .flLBf, *ho hod Um oaj&orod 
olaeo ctptafetr A7» 1*10., in «a onotatcd capacity at £22 ptr it*Je< 

(jrftASS £. *$Rt*»tt, A|tat, £ar*a« of fefcriwl jtaMauu 
y*S# frostuqr StporUent ^ Chicago, lUioolo) 

On Jtay 2?, jLJJO, Mftf w tw of * ,*roap of Chicago 
Cooaualot Jarty f uactloaarlco vim atUndc* « xootlfie caUod to diocui* nays 
cod »caat of dealing with laqttirioo of the ran* a*d fllo veootr* of the 
Coaamalst Forty relating to the dieeoltttlea of the 3hlrd JatefAettoail* 

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Iho ttay ?}, !?&, iftuo of the Ktally 'i«kw> reported 
that Mffi,I? JABJ -woo elceted on elteroatc jmoaot of iho Jtatlcaal Cooalitee 
of the Coojmnlpt i-oUtleal AeeeeiaUe* at the Satlenal CohtenUon In Seo 
let* la ifey ISWt* 

/•Bally forker* 4fey 23, loMi) 

Iho a«M 1$, l?Ut, leeta of iho »;.*ily Yeiker" reported 
■*hat mil? *A»T had eeea elected Secretary of Sittriot 13, Cooosmltt j oittleel 
AosooUUoa at the Diotrlat Convention hold at iho Midland Hotel, Chicago, 
Illinois, Jtf*e 11, 1?Uj. 



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Iho €oMmaiti felitlcal Aeoocletlea held a clty-*lde 
sesfecrahl? seating la tho 7a3a Boot, of iho Uoyp«ol Hotel, Tail ne^ells, 

Iodiane, ©a the evening of Augoot S, l?Uu ?HTWi» SAftf, Secretary of tho 
loilaaa-Illlnjl* lUstritt, Coaamlst ^ollUoal Association, aade tho princi- 
pal addresa* 

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PHILIP BART *aa known by this witness to have become the 
District of Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware Organiser in I9k$* 

the Deceatoer 2# 19li5>, issue of "The Worker 11 weekly edition 
of the * f D t ily ftorker 11 , reported the unanimous election of PH& BART (foraar 
t)rganisation*l Secretary of the Illinois Coausunist Party) as Chairman of the 
Eastern Pennsylvania District of the Commnist Party at a District Committee 
laeeting at the Broadwood Hotel "last weekend* " 

("The^orker* Deceatoer ?, l9hS) 

Records of the Reel "Estate Trust Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa^ contain a Xox» dated January X0> 19h6 $ which reflects that at a regular 
aeeting of the District Board of the Consonlst Party of Eastern Pennsylvania, 
PH&IP BART vras elected Chairaan* The f or» reflected that any fonds de- 
posited to the credit of the Cowounlat Party of iastern Pennsylvania may 
be withdrawn by toe Measurer or Chairiaan* 

Another form contained in the records is dated October 
lit* iyltf* It reflects that at a regular nesting of the EUecutiv* **oard, 
Coamunist Party of Eastern Pennsylvania, held on October 10, 19h1$ *t 
which a quorua was present, PHILIP B4BT *as duly elected Chairman for the 
ensuing year and until his successor shall be elected and shell have 
qualified. This form also noted that under the roles of the Communist 
Party of .Eastern Pennsylvania, any f unds deposited to Its credit with a 
bank or trust coapany aay be mthdrswn by the Chairman or Secretary, who 
are authorised ito endorse or sign cheeks, draf ts, or orders for the payment 
of jtoney* 

An additional f ora is dated December $ $ X9h1$ and reflects 
that at a regular meeting of the District Board, Cowaunist Party of 4 astern 
Pennsylvania and Delaware, held on Koveabcr 28, l?lt?, at which a quorum 
was present, PHILIP BART nas elected Chairman for the ensuing year and 
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It «aa aotad e**in thai *»dar fcht rulaa of tha Conanatlat Party of 'ftatttam 
Paanaylraaia and Dilvtrt any fuada dapoaitad to its cradit with * bank 
or traat aoapany way U withdraw by tha frttturar or Chair«m* aha art 
anthoxistd to tadoraa <n» aifft atoaktf draft*, or ord rt for tha payntnt 

•f .nonay* 

Tha bank raoorda tontaia a copy of a thook #«da out on 
a thook foim of tha Koal fattU Truat Company of ?hll«d«ljplil» rtdoh it 
dttad fetoear 1, 15H»7| and baert tha r.mrn* l*©** Idaotlfitd nith tht 
natation »Attf. root,* tha thook it payabla to AlMmt U, i» &HWBI© a»d 
Soapany la tha aaonat of #ly?«$0. It is algnad by JMIIIP ,e«T# *oat 
aifnttara it baloa* tha ttaapad lataod "Commiat J*arty of kaatatn Ptrciay- 



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Ibit inditidaal nada availablo * latttr esptlonod "Uftitod 
Pooploa Clnb, Cowwdtt Party* 1306 Sorfch 7th Stroat, ftiiltdal^fiia* ?a.« 
<Uttd January 1& I9h5. tbia lot tor annomood tha 'Mi tad ?aop)ia Clot 
annual banquat on Sunday, Jtumary 27th, at 1306 North 7th Uraot* fha 
lattar road in part aa follavat M ur goaat of honor -will bo Willi' fi'Rr, 
District Orgaaitttr of tho jgaatam ?annaylvania Tdatriot* Coaawaiat Party*" 

(Sxhtbii Mo. 2) 
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On fabruary 22* 19li6* this aitaass nada araila. la a 
Rimaograpbad loVtar datod Fabraary 72$ 19U6* a^-Jreaaod *Do*r Coartda** 
Tha lot. tar «u aa a: paal to tho reeipiant to attand a Conauaitt ?arty 
rally on tha oceaaion of tha 22nd aanlTaraary of Unla'a daaih. tha rally 
-vat to ha Tuoaday, Fabraary 26th # at StOO VU 9 In tha Jfatropolitan Opara 
': naa. Broad and Poplar Strata* Philadtlphta* Pa« It waa algaod *rrate*nally 
yonra* FSIL BAfcT, For tha Dittrict JBoard." 

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naaav&af ta thi* vita**, mi twHvUkml **a NawitW 
int* taa eaanantat Party •tewrUjr bafara Jan* 4, 1#*6> an *bi*»*t* tb* 
aitnaaa fatfatabna H«r 1ft* «aaaaalat tarty, tfci, naafearabla bo*k #*S*7JU 
Ala anaaayabi? baa* n»« atjaad by WIJ. WW, *Sfc«U Cbai«**a «f taa 
CliwiMitit ?arty.« 

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On »« T - bw 14, I**, tbia wttbaaa naria wattaal* 1»T 
CmriLrt l»*rty, 38*. na abarab lp ««H #TO?1» It bar* tb* rabbar-ataaaaa 

ftiftMttra af l«JU? WUf aa *$t*%a tan*****'* 

(ftcbiait It*. 5) 

In taa «9«ay *at*ai« af Saptanbar IS* 3.9ti?# thara aa* 
aaavad a mm ataty *b*f**n MZ> **H aaUa* * j*v*aa* ataay *?&aartnc in 
tan aablia »**c* a «frand»« fba arariow *taiy Yafanm* 4a an allnaaa |Oa% 
an *ba pH af tba Oaananiat farty ta aaaaia«a tba Tmdaa Tnda nfalab m 
in a^aaar in IMlatfalabta. mi DART in tfcia artiala aa* iaaaUflad aa 
ih* oaaaaaiat f arty Cbaiman af Saaiaw Paaaayltaata* 

(«1>nUjr n«to** Sartanbar U> 19*7) 

<m Oata*«r 1?, l&T, tba *Bi4*y f a*kai« aaniad an 
arfvartiaanaat af a «f arty ««nfa**na** tbab an* *• b* h»M at MavaantUa 
Hall, lain Martb Broad $Hraaa» mi*i«l|>faU, *a., an Oatabar 8» WnT. In 
tbi* *4?nrtla«*nt it «aa atataa tba* IKU »ttf, *ba featrnan at tba 

Oaawuniat P«rty of h«»tem ?aaaaylf*tla, *»* to b* ana a* ib* eaaakata at 
tht*ne«Uaf. 

(•Oaily *a*kar* fetabar IT, l?aT) 

Tba Mavaabar *, Uttf, **ana af tba faanayfcmnia ftttttan 
af *tba l**bar* carried a nava arttal* anofain JMKi a**t attN *b* raaoera 
af tba naaaaapMr to win *t*ia*t tba «*-*l««ftt*n af layac fu&IASB ,<»A*m, 
aa tba Mayar af miadalabU. Wtt life? «aa UmUti* in tbia «rUala aa 

tJhataaan af tbt Caaanaiit P*rty» 

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tdtwrtliwibMfc tww u'lag ft Xattln vpmk'IsI aattlfig $n leeway f7» WW* 
2* thi* *iY«rUM«**t ii»r« vm lftteattUn thit F8IX. iiWtt, ahair«*a tf 

^■W^P ^r lplW^PP I^M^F ™ "• »*■) ^rjf tP*P> ■••fl^PPW P/^P^T WPi # •■•■■•■BJjjwPV™ BPPpw^l PWw 4pT^P'PJ^P > Pr^p«B} BJFJ1 BWPWj|HPiwp> wPBJ UPnPpF ^F<% 
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(Ft. 3$AMt*a *f •*}* *««**," r«*r»ft*y ^ 3#»*> 

**• fabnury 16, 19l£» 1««m U tm "Daily Ufa*** 
aanrlfd « aawa ai*ry «aat«nlag taa rwaatly toaylptaa flattiftal CoaattWa 
vwtftiag af tfc» n— i1tt fart? iftUp kU aaa* feala J*«a fatorpanr ? u $, ■ 
l$k$ t ill flap Dm* «l«r« *p» a*a*7 aatftiaaai taa * aat tfett ntlt JAM *f 
Thilailalnhit bad &»•& nhoaaa aa a tttfitf of tha Miti aaal ftraaa Caoatlttaa 
*f ttt* Ceaamlat Party. 

{•toU? *«*#*,» TaWuary 1*# ttU) 

fid* iAImmnni «4vi*aa that m **jr $# Sfpij * pra-«aa*p»tian 

Aootrilac U th* vltMM, fxa met *paM *t ih» Pt«Ua« *» OuIvm* •* , 

(t-ia) 

tSMt unUA * »»*■ »Ut7 rtp«rU«i «kt rwnrtri «t Hli BA3W *t tte 
i»^-^»^* Mil JUUy h»U «t th« i^aphU JtoWl « »V X^ l^»* In 
m* »U«1« ftMff Y*t i«t«aiUl#4 m tht OHilnM «f «1m Coaranltt Party 
«t Sa«t«r» ^<naa/lr«il»« 



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Shia altoaaa tamlabad a* AprU 11* &*h * ««W ** 
iba : ffp^oH aato by mi 4AI« wr itiUM HIP, ftdladalpbia, J»a.* Job* * f 
1***, batoaaa tha haar* «f ?«J0 mi 7i»* ?* *arain BA*f apoka «f aisto 
tha *aa«VKix*i WJi. Ifaia at toaaa toft ala* toattfy thai JJART w*a iaira- 
4aaaa pilar to Ida aaaaab. aa ctoitaan at iba caaamlat yariy af Saatow 
ftoaayitaaia aad dalaaar*; t*4 fwrthar, tin* «t tto oloaa of «b* aaaaaa* 
m&f aaa ajatn lavtofeaa* aa tto gbaJaaa* af toa CwwwUt Party *f 
Stotova fanaaylvaaia tad JMUtttt* 

(*r. J»«A8D f ktm> Atsiatoat ProfrM Dilator, Radi* 
staUaa »ii% mitoalabU) 

tba folium il«miM tan atato aaai iba Ooaawli* 
*trty, USA, Siatrta* of ftaatom PaaaayltoaiA and DaUwara, bald * aaa- 
i»«» ,«* *Or 1*# thrash tba lias, U**V at iba Chrta J. f arry JOk. 
fell* Mt> tot* Sraad f trtot * Phtla aa l p b U , *a« fbaaa ltoML*i<la*la 
aaa atato tht% FWll sMkSf aaaka a* tbla aaaranttaa aa CbaUaaa «T tha 
Ci a— dai rarby ** laataaft ftaawytoaiito aa* ftalaaara* m* fartbar, tbat 
BAM «u alaato* «« tba matxlto Gaaamttoa and aaa altotod aa a daWf aaa 
ftm *l»a Maaria* of to»i«n ?aaMylfa*U and ttalaaara to iba lath 
totlaui C«tr«ott« af to* Oa a aaaiat *aeby* t»A, which *aa to a* bald 
Aagaa* * to $, IM $ i« tow Ttofc flity. 

<f-*9j 7-101 tod *•!*) 

da Daeaabar »* X9tt?# tola *lttta«a pratidad • mlata- 
frajpbad lattor addraaaad to »AU Party daba« with tto ratora addraaa 
*Caa*tolat *ar*y» «$8 Saaab arato Straat* »aa* 710* fhlladalpfela ?* Pa*» 
Datad Saatatoer 7* 1JK£ # tia laitor vaa tigaad »^IU? B«ir # tJhai*wa** 

tte toftoabar la» Wli»# iaaaa *f t*» fanaaylraBia 
EAlUaa af <tba yaitar* «*rria* aa i ma a aaa aa af snmmAmg V* aaaa 
lasiaal ««Uy at famarw Hall, Irato Jiir^i ato QalaaMa Avaaaa« to to 
baU aa Oatobar 7# WW* taia aaaaaaaa a am *lao aaiatod ato tbat PKIL 
BA*r, jtawtara . amuylrania 4}awnHa| Tarby OM. iton« aaa to ba ma «f 
to* tyaakata at tha r*Uy. 

(f»« SatUto af «Tba Warttar-, Sapiaator «6« Iftlt) 



la* fallowing aitaaca Jtandaaa* lafaraatlaa on rfaantry 
24 # 1&*, to taa affa«t ta*t taa fw—ilit Party *r Xattata ?aa»*ylva»la 
mi BaUvara aaU m ^aal*r£*d District goanltt** aattlnf At tilt Chri« J. 
IW BU» Hall, llil*1larta»raad.§tr*it# FhtUdalpbl*, fa,, an Jaaatrj- J2, 
!&*♦ Aeeoralag to taa vitaaaa* «IK. MSX aaaa* at thla naaUag m 
m#txi*t togaaltar *ad aav* taa Mia palltlaal raatvt* 

taa X*r«a ** l*u*, lata* of tit* TtaaayXraala Mltloa af 
•lit* ttorkar* earrlad an artlala data*' Jtaraa ** l*!**, aanaarnlai taa ralalag 
af 160,000 In MaUiat *3 lor tb« national Pond M«» of tha Cowwitt 
£arty» la thla artlala, Hit MT vas idanttftad a* Saaiara Haanaylyania 

GomaxaiUi ttaalraan* 

(Pa, Bttttoa at «tha Warkar** tfarah a, l^f ) 

Jala wiaaaai *aa taatify ta«t WCtt fiMf aaaa* at taa 
paaaa rally bald at taa Staanan filrard Jtatal Oa April a* W, la fhila- 
a*laaia f »*a. According to talt aitaaat* Hint »** latroaaaad aa taa 
Coaaatlat jferty CaaLraaa. of ttmUrn itaavylvanla* 

(f-12) 

taa April 1?, 19ii9# itaa* of to* ?anaaylvaala Iditlon 
of *Jh* tornar* oarria* a aaaa atary oanaarnlac too p*aaa rally aalaa «u 
aald at tha Staph* Oirard Ratal la fnttaatlpala oa April a> 2Ja&, It 
aaa atata* la tola artlala isaat ISXL mt t Uoaaaalat Caalraaa of £tatara 
raanayliraaia* apaka at tela rally* 

<**. Mlttan af «to* torkar,* April XT, 1**?) 

Thla mtaaat aaa taatlfy teat is Wft $W«U> iTSONO 
b«o«M taa Statelet Orgaalaar of taa Matrltt af 'JSOatar* raanaylvanla 
aaiaalaaara* Coaaaaiat P«rty, m» aaetooalaf mi* mt$ aaa ma aaat 
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the OowttniH mrtjr* &Kitrle% •* hMtom ?«w*TlmttU m4 MUmr*, ixxdjmi* 
tJ*t PHILIP JKBT j 900 Ml* 3*r#»fc, **ii*Wpteto, wort** «t Cnw M wl tt i^rtr 
#«»*t*trt«rf fartst to* year 1A9 ftr» Jwwyl to 0*to*r ?• 

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*f «» lUtUnH Of fie* «T to* fli ww ut t* *mhr *•»* *3«*to* iron tot 
Xitiwl ornn to *>» aittidU* fewdttot* MJtriH at itttoift f*a*nfcmt* 
mA *#&m«m» **Uk **m*§to* *• nImm * ^txt attic ** **&* *4to to« 
mtt«wl OffK* «f to* C w)i lit yarty» aogar xmecr* tot O rgwA^t o m l 
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tort Mm fii»tri«t CwUU* 1*4 «•* to** *m» a**»to« «* **>* *(«*»*« to* 
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(t-10) 

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;f*4mii ** to* ?ma*yl*mi* !****♦• to to told to** #* «0&* *i *»* <fcri* 
4. ?«wy Uto *^ *»tor a*Urtt», ttlAttcth Br-« ttotot, ftri L X a rttl p hU, 

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apeka at tfat aaatinf , and la aaattaaaa am g a atad that trary alaa to «a yaaard 
m aonaandaf with to* Sattonal Coawtttaa' • aajwlaloo «f JR.*tDUt f*oa taa 
Coaamla t /arty. 3i» dl t caatad Catawnlit Party laadarahlp la athar aaaatiit* 
aad aada jaartiatlar jafwata to taa attoofc an tha Caaajaaiat ¥arty hy CABOXX&L 
&FH&MAM In fcaa York* dtaala rlaa nanal itii ahl ■ mtiinnln t oward taa Vatiaaa> 

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Ba aaatlo&aa * doafUat bttaaaa tJw faUaan aad ttai rapidly groidnt Caaoaalat 
*»rty la Italy, and dlaaaaaad briaHy JTLUAM 2, yoSTW'a trip to Cuba, ahara 

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BABT »pok» a* a jaaaral aaaaarthlja mutiny a* tha Xahtcb Villa/ -» 
Mat* Coaaty Soatloo, ftMHaialat Party* USA, aaiah aa* hold daxaa 10, lfto, 
at tha Croatia* *01 # lathlahaa* j?a» la fata roaarka, Ittt dla aaa aad tad 
rola that MMWBH in tbaa alarlaf aad aakad that taaaa ataaaat oooaur aith 
taa Matiaaal iaard iaita daaUioa to oxpol BftOHDiR torn tbo Caoaaniat farty* 

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Oft *■» 11* lfta* Big* addroaaad tha Oj>0aiag aataioa at tha i&ttrltt 
Convantioa of tha matrict of Saatant Paaaaylvaaia aadaalaaara* Coaaaaiat 
*arty, mi, abiofa im bald Friday, Satarday, and Saaday* Mm 21* », and 23, 
lfltfj ft* tha dotropolitan Optra, itouaa, Jhroad and Poplar atrota, miadolpkia. 
aiHT'a apaaoa aaa a aoayaahrotao iwaaary «f tfea ffim>wiit f-urty't j»1«m and 
at«oa_dl>JMMato* and latladad tba Jillowlaci 

llltf aald ttei "ta*> €nii)ntitt. ty <wytyt4tnf "Kith labor aad oihar 
ytrofftdalTtd* aan «ra»ta ta* ixwadaUoe for to* cr»*UoQ of a taint partgr, 
and, fjMrtMr, Uat «ar*utli talttd isrotit acUan largt aaaaa* af paopla *»U1 

aaylalttind that tht Cotaaaalatai hy ttalSdag thaaaalfta la duncLat and [awtnlwt 
ja noai pla a t aaald aot ba lad to aright oppwrtanlaa or laft aa«tariaalaau 

HOT thaa aatplaiaad that *Utt WCWBBI atiaapUd to rariaa ltindiui 
aoianoa, aa4 aatvaUy fvofatad tha dtaaalutlaft af tht Caawaalit P*rty. How- 
attf, ha w plaia a d that at tht laat aatloaal aaavmUoQ W0iIiER»a ldaaa nana 
rajaotad aad tht Coaaualat Party m$ a§ala *at -an thi iamdit-Uolalat road* 

ititf palatad oat that tha CaaawnUt fturtjr aaat aaaafa ia aa latan- 
aiva adttctUooal ptagraa aaoad Ata aaataraWp aad laadaraalp nhieh aadld 
tjuaraataa that tht J*«rty aaald yoraaa a carrot policy, da alao urfad tha 



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aalaa af |taadat<&aaiaiat palitlaal littaatara* tU taaa atat aa 
t» aaaaiiaa tat Caamtilat *a*tr u taa a *»aaaa* party ia xaaara aaaiatr* 
aatlat. *att taa aaaraa »f taa Satiat mm mm aaartaraa aa t a wclM af 
aaiaatLfia a«oUlla» aai#*, aa aaplataai, fUdM taa ^*rtr in *» «tew 
laadg. n» otariUata ay aatta* tMt qw iw irti i is a*raaaiaf, mA that 
fmrttaUta ; *aa *j ******* * Ittimy Vrittilifri 

>* Jwm ja, l**6, PKU, MW jtartlaipata* in * nAo .yragraa avar 
Staftiaa «FIL aidaa aaa aatltla* •fatl*aml**U aa* «*a**aa font Jitttia«.» 
UBS <aai a aan ta4 taa tiaaaaalat j*rip af taatam J^aaajrlfaaia ia a diaaaaaiaa 
«atttla4 «caa ttaawadaa aa* ftanaaraa/ ttiat lafcitaar *»* fori* at ?aaaaf« 
laftf ia taa ttaaaaataa atataa* Hmwmim aa* aapitaliat a— ur»ay a« a 
aar2* aaala aaa Uw ai* ty ai*a*. lata ia j a mala if taa paopla taka a 
«raatar aaa* ia fifftttag agaiaat Aaaviaaa iaaatlaUat 4aaiaatiaa of taa Uf« 
at aar aaaatrr aa* af tat aatiUU* Ittf taaiavaa* •Oar Stata Daaartaaat as* 
wg aa aa atatifaa in taa Jatwrltgr Caaaaii aaat «at aaa/ fram taair aati-Saviat 
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ia araar Aa araata a tausAparlgr Aar taa 1*1 alaattaaa. 1 * 

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too oaioM. tooovdtoi to BAET> too GoMjaniot portgr «mU mto to ortaaioo 
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fntltaadi iUUbi taat atria* aaaa jparlad af atatary 1% Ms 
atta aaatatary far am and aaata tt ritt tad flffat far tte rlgata af lata** 
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oa taa part af tat Qaa— altt #arty atia* **** ***V «• * *art ** **» Anttidat 
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•ad DtUwara aald aa aalarftd atatrlat Caaaittat atttlag Aa tat Jftft itan 
af tat Carta J» j>trry Sl*a Hall, **1* INvtta araad Strtat, Pttlaaal ghu, P»* 
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ttlltdrad tat alt ttaart, taaattlatai tatt tat atta atttt af *hadaytaa 
tte grata** daagar af tar and that, ttttaamatt Syi tat ardtr af tat day aat 



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la tat aa3/ laadtr far ^taaa* tat itfaaa ot jpaata It aat tartty art ta- 
taartatd ay irltttrltt la CWta*» 

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taa laparlaliatt -aara alattlag toalr avtrtaraa* at attlarad taat tat fl^tt 
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ardar tt atlatala Itt atattlatt aaat aatt taatrtl «f tat jaUltary a a oala t 
all war taa atrld* at atttd thai tat tarrtat fattra a aat tadftt allttatat 
aataaalaatalr' aaa aalf far taa niaatiailaa af aar* talati 'aat laartaatd taa 

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la oojtttotton v&£k thi lAi^r fctpi?* BAftY **i4 tb*i tbttA prtitot 
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tha w*al t*«% af a aoad Mataia* 1a taa iImhi afctaa m alll 

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Airlfic taa taa ttt af mop tpwtv £a via nay* mi mo away Mil tat 
aaxt idtlwn tttttr *"w mnni affattlMly* 



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la» oia*a» aa m» asmd Mia aonflAMLt is tM iMtiaatI latdtithlt tf 

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aay faaty* *t ttaad aafara tat taart aat ami/ m aafaaaaato* tat 
art taxtag tM aff aatiya U Ma iatMttt af taa patplt af aav aaaatiy. 



"fat MWaa ta laity Sahara art gina* m a pad aaaayl* af 
tat JdM af paeala Ma aaka a? taa laaaMaaif af wa CM a aaia t parlgr. 



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fax* iaa pMpOa af aar aaaaMy.* 

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aaa HtXaMjra SatUaa QrpaiaMa* aMttag tot all aMtlaat aalaiP WiH aaa tj>> iU 
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tat aaataaaataxa PtmtyltaaU aaavaa af tat OaMaaiat fr%f, 235 aarth Caarak 
flMaat* Stbtaaaia^ Fa* MIS itntlirai tt ttaLt MtMiu 1^bat tbt ^Caaatnlat fartr 

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aaat attalop tat rait af tat Savlat Onion ta 
atataA taat taaaa pattat aatt rtviaa tat Cm 

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M mUtiw for Ibt Actamooooat af Calorod ftMpla b*4 aaUa* a aaafaiaaoa on 
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that ttaU aaafazaaaa aoaXA bo mi* iato a Wood poopXo»i *anfaraaat # an* aa» 
jflaiatd that ili» Gaapanlat forty «■** **» **• iaflaaaNi la ohapUt *otalatiaaa 
for tbit aoafaraaaa aai soft ooatta p i *aa fi*trt far a aattai frant actio* twe 
too lataroato of tha porfeioa i1iao< 

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and aaaMviaad thi aaiiatM '&f th* atatlaii* 

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GMwniat tartar U aaaplai* 4ta ragUteatioa in tte aotitava 1 *dva on Ua«. 
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•ad Xollda taaik* *>^|iiliaaa»* 

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u itto iadlrl oaaj, nbo *m to nflaoa ?KH. BARt at tho OrfnUor of ibi Co*. 

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aa4 DoUooro, CaawwUt ^wrty, j|$A> at!4 a aptUog at tto» Cteia 4* Pony DJca 
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6. PARTY DIRECTIVES -ISSUED .'WHILE SUBJECT WAS AN OFFICER 

, i 

On>August 22i 19^5 there was made available a one 
page leaflet containing a reprint of an editorial from the "DAILY 
WORKER." This reprint bears the notation at the bottom "Published 1 
by, Communist Party, Eastern Pennsylvania, 250 South Broad Street, 
Philadelphia." The title of the editorial is "Our Great Victory - 
And New Problems Ahead." It contains three sub-headings as .follows,; 

1 . Big 3 Unity , ' ' 

<2. Unprepared for Peace ;> 

3. Labor's Responsibility 

Paragraph 7 of this leaflet reads as follows: 

^Above all, we greet the peoples of the Socialist 
Soviet Union. They surely bore the brunt of the fiercest fighting 
in Asia as well as Europe. They fought one -war together with us : for 
common victory. They gave the world the finest examples of courage, 
of miraculous feats of production which their socialist system made 
possible. How'.true it is as STALIN predicted that the Soviet Union's 
defense merged with the struggle of the peoples of Europe and -America 
— and now Asia- — :for Independence and democratic liberties." 

(Exhibit *** Photostatic copy of 
above leaflet) 

The original of this leaflet will be produced by 
Confidential Informant T " Q * 



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awA A ... . , |« December, 19**5, .one-page fleers were distributed 
among Communist ,Party members, advertising a rally, Thursday, 
December 2g> 8:15 p.m. at Town Hall, I50 North Broad Street' Phila- 
delphia. These flyers advertised that HENRY WiNSTOtJ, National 
committee Member of the Communist Party, and PHILIP BART, District 
Chairman of the Communist Party of Eastern Pennsylvania, would be 
speakers. The flyer is headed "Bring the OIs Home - Stop Intervention 
in China. The rally was advertised as being under the auspices of 
the Communist Party, 250 South Broad' Street. 

(Exhibit 12, /Photostatic copy of 
above flyer) 

n »*a ^ ■> JThe .original of this flyer can be produced by 
Confidential Informant lvilj. 



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,. ^ . Prior to May Day,. 29^6, the Communis^ -Party of -Eastern 1 
Pennsylvania distributed a single sheet leaflet printed oh .both 
sides and. headed as follows: "For Peace! For Security! For Democracy 
Statement of the National Committee, Communist Party USA." It con-i 
tained the following headings: 

1. :Big 3 Unity 

2. Fight for Peace 

3. End Terror Against Negro People 

4. Save OPA- ■ .. , „ „■ ,,. ,. , 

5. The Communist Party - the* Party of Socialism 

The concluding paragraphs read-as follows: '<) 

•* ■ 

"The Communist Party is the Party of socialism. In 
all the struggles of 'the present it also represents the future 
interests' of the working class. For only the Ultimate establishment 
of socialism will finally and completely abolish poverty, insecurity, 
unemployment, crises, fascism, and war. Only socialism can. open up> 
for humanity, a hew< golden era of peace, freedom, and plenty for, all. 

May 1st, :born out of the struggle of the American work- 
ing class for the eight hour day more than -a half century ago, is, 
today the international 'day of labor. Xet this May 1 be a powerful 
demonstration of ^American labor firmly united of the workers , and 
peoples of all lands for a new advance of its realization of its 
goal . " 

(Exhibit 13, Photostatic copy of ,i 
above leaflet) 

The .original of this leaflet can be introduced by 
Confidential Informant t-18^ , 



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PH 100- 22257 

On March 31* 19^6 a Literature and Educational 
Conference was held at the Garibaldi Center, 1720 East Passyunk Avenue, 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at which MAX WEISS, National Education 
Director of the Communist Party; JOE FIELDS of the National Literature 
Department; and PHIL BART, Chairman of the Eastern Pennsylvania 
Communist Party, were advertised as speakers. One page leaflets ad- 
vertising this conference were distributed. According to this leaflet, 
the following matters would be taken up: 

How to Make Better Leaflets 

How to Prepare an Agenda 

Ideas for Making Meetings More Interesting .\ ' 

Suggestions for Study Groups - Classes - Schools , 

How to Display Literature 

How to Interest New Members In Literature 

The Use of Literature In the Mass Struggles 

(Exhibit #U» - Photostatic copy of .';!■ 

above leaflet) '! 

„ A , The original of this leaflet can be Introduced by 

Confidential Informant T-% j; 



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In June, 19^6 a one page leaflet described as a reprint 
from the "WORKER"; soliciting funds for the support of the "WORKERS 
and "DAILY WORKER*, was distributed. 



i 

(Exhibit 2$, Photostatic copy of 
above leaflet) 



The original of this leaflet can be introduced by- 
Confidential Informant !P-9» 



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Also in June, 19^6, a one page leaflet was issued by 
the Communist Party of Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware, containing 
a statement of the National Secretariat of the Communist Party. 
This leaflet was headed, "Churchill Delivers a Body Blow to the UNO, 
Truman Shares the Guilt - Anglo-U.S. Imperialists Drive to Smash Big 
3 Unity and Prepare War." 

;<*Exhibit 16, Photostatic copy of 
above leaflet) 

The original of this leaflet can be introduced by 
Confidential Informant T-9, 



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In September, 1946 theCommunist Party of Eastern 
Pennsylvania distributed a six-page memorandum directed "To All- , 
District Leaders and Club Presidents", re "Youth Work and Policy^ 
from District Committee." The opening. '.paragraph reads as follows: 

"The following summarizes a memorandum adopted unani- 
mously by the National Board and a discussion held by the District 
Committee on the National Board memorandum." The first page then 
goes on to explain that there had been a ^dangerous neglect of youth 
work in the Communist Party. The last paragraph on the first 'page 
reads as follows : , 

t 
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"This memorandum is intended to define our policy in 
regard to the .main aspects of youth work and to lay the basis for 
systematic direction of this work (in) the District, Section and 
Clubs. It should be brought to our entire membership and should fbe 
followed up by a specific program in all parts of our organization.??' 
It bears the name PHIL BART. l[ 

The memorandum then sets out :in detail, the Party ?'■ 
program for developing its work among the .youth, including a section 
entitled, Win the American Youth ,to the Communist Party. It • 'i 
directs that special literature directed to youth should be Issued ; 
by the Party and that in the "coming Party Recruiting Drive", special 
emphasis must :be ^placed' upon recruiting young workers. ;' 

(Exhibit *T Photostatic copy of i 
above memorandum) 

n *.** ^ „ The original of this memorandum can be introduced by 
Confidential Informant •*-?• 



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01 ™ * ^ Fr ^f> t0 the Communist Party District Convention "June 
dl,^ 22, and 23, 1946, District Headquarters distributed by mail to 
members, a three page mimeographed "Pre-Convention Draft Resolution 
on Consolidation of the Party. T * This contained an introduction and 
material under the following headings: 

1 . Role of Party Clubs 

2. Building the Circulation of our Press 

and Literature 

3. Club Leadership, A Determining Factor 
**. Shop Clubs 

5. Recruiting 

6. Marxist-Leninist Education 

1 v ■, ^ , This resolution is not dated and is not specifically 
labeled as having been issued by the Communist Party of Eastern 
5i n !! 8 ?l van i a and ^aware, but from the text, it can be ascertained 
tnat it refers to the Communist Party in Pennsylvania. 

(Exhibit ^ Photostatic copy of 
this resolution). 

n~~4n* <-, -, J^t e orisil l a l of fchls ^solution can be introduced by' 
Confidential Informant *-?♦ > - 



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In 'the letter part of 19^6 RALPH CLICK, who can be, J 
identified by the witness as the then District Educational Director 
> ; of the Communist Party of .Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware, conduct- 
ed a Communist OParty school at the Workers Hall in Easton, Pennsylva- 
nia. He distributed^ those present at the school, a two page 
mimeographed "District Plan for Education - Literature," 

ii( ; , ^This' outline proposes the immediate organization of ; 
a commission of ftine leading comrades responsible for working oti ail 
phases of educational-agitational work in the District, including- ; 
classes,, schools, literature and "THE WORKER." It proposes >a con- * 
centration of this activity where industrial workers are concentra- 
ted, i.e., Chester, Coatesville, Bethlehem, Wilmington, Harrisburgj. 
,and the Anthracite .section. It outlines a rprogram of Party training 
schools and a plan for increasing .'the sale of Marxist literature a^d 
various other publications. 



(Exhibit ™ Photostatic copy of 
above Plan) 

The .origlnalwof this exhibit can be introduced by 
Confidential Informant *** w 



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'Sometime/iprior to ;the Lenin Memorial Meeting, which was 
held Tuesday; %TFi&vaX&?*;26, H9U6,. the Organization Committee of .the r 
Eastern PennsylvaniaVDistrict of the Communist Party, issued an 
eight page "District IPlah on Organization and Concentration." It is 
undated, but on the first page is contained the following, "Build 
Lenin Memorial "Meeting, Tuesday, Si^ebr^ary 26, 1946." f 

The following explanation of the purpose of this plan 
is set out on the first page: 

"The difficulties with which we are confronted in the 
process .of changing, our Party, can be traced directly to the Revision- 
ist Party, to the Browder Revisionist Line. The effects of this : 
policy are still felt by our Party. ' 

"We in Eastern Pennsylvania have also had the additional 
problems flowing from the disrupted activities of the last two Dis- < 
trict Organizers, DARCY, who is now out of the Party, and DONCHIN,, 
who has been removed from the National Committee. The revisionist • 
line with these additional problems has left a dangerous and deep- 
rooted passivity and inactivity in our ranks . 

"We have a special problem and a special obligation 
Xo our Party to overcome the weaknesses and build a strong,, mobile, 
disciplined organization. 



Only a strong Communist Party can serve as a vanguard 
6f the working class in the fight for peace, Jobs, security, and for 
the ultimate goal' of socialism." * 



This plan sets out in detail, proposals for the organi 
zatipn of various commissions and committees named as follows, 
together with the duties of all but the .last three: 



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Cadre Committee 

Control Commission 

Organizational Commission 

Educational Commission 

Finance Committee 

-Labor Commission 

Veterans Commission 

Negro Commission 

Cultural Commission 

Womens Commission 

National Groups Commission 

Election -and Legislative Commission 

Youth Commission 

Farm Commission 

,. _ . In addition, it proposes various specific changes in ' 
the Party organization throughout Eastern Pennsylvania and. Delaware 
as well as in the City of Philadelphia. It names the various indus- 
tries in which the Communist Party proposed to concentrate its 
activity, together with the first names of District Committee members 
who are to be in charge of the Party work in these industries. 
It sets out plans for a recruiting drive with quotas for the various 
industries and national groups, as well as the quota of recruits for 
each section in the District. 

(Exhibit * Photostatic copy of 

this Plan) ) 

n «»^ ,.« , -r T £ e ori S in &2j# f fchis P lan can be introduced by 
Confidential Informant * w _ * 



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On June 21, 22> and 23, 19H6 the Communist 'Party.. of 
Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware held. Its. District Convention at the 
Met, Broad and Poplar Streets, Philadelphia^ Pennsylvania. In con--, 
nection with this. Convention,, there was distributed to the delegates 
a five page mimeographed "Draft Resolution for District Convention ' 
on Present Situation, .Next Tasks, and Party Leadership." The 
material in this: resolution is set out under the following heading^: 

1. Central Issue Is Struggle for Peace 

2. tabor Gains Threatened 

3. Develop Movement for Negro Rights 

4. Issues In the 19^6 Elections 

5- Improve Composition of Membership 

6* United Front, Key to Building Mass Movemehts. 

7. Party Organization and Leadership 

8. The Struggle Against Factionalism 

9. Education and Mass Work 



Confidential Informant 



(Exhibit ■* Photostatic copy of 
above resolution) 

The originjtfAOf this resolution can be Introduced , by 



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o - , *. „ .! In connection with the District Convention of the 
SSS n . 8 ^ £ ai \ ty °£; Eas tern Pennsylvania and Delaware held at the Met, 
?n 0a 2o an ?o!2 pl !r Sfcreets i Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 21, 22, 
and 23, 1W, there was distributed to the delegates, a two page 
mimeographed "Draft Convention Resolution on- Democratic Centralism 
and Party Democracy." The first paragraph reads as. follows: ' 

i 
* ,... "Democratic centralism, the principle of our Party 
organization and procedure, has the following basic features: 

1. Iron discipline in carrying through 

decisions of higher bodies. 

2. Decisions of higher bodies arrived at 

after discussion of differences of 
opinion and criticism have been caused, 
are binding upon all members. 

,mo„4vo< ^. "• In ' pound ations 'Of "Leninism 1 ;, STALIN writes, "Iron 
discipline does, not preclude but pre-supposes conscious and voluntary 

Ktlf teS^ l^l*?™? 1 ?™ 5 i8 <*P"»* can be truly irSS disclpfiL 
Dut after a contest of opinion has been closed, after criticism has 

^ n »n??? US ^ ed \? nd ^ e ? ecisi ™ *« been arrive? at^. Snlty o? win 
SifhSS^??^ ^ ° f . al i Party ffieMl?ers are the . necessary condition 
conceivable?^" y Un " y n ° r ir ° n dl8ci PUne in the Party is 

***w™ «.%, The balance of ..the resolution is concerned with des- 
cribing the organization of the Communist Party, the various arroeals 
which are possible under its constitution, and the neclssUy ?o? 
observing democratic centralism in order to. maintain unity of will 
unity of action, < and iron discipline. y ' 

(Exhibit ^Photostatic copy of 
this resolution) 

by Confldentlall^orSSI 1 ftF" ,bPV ' T SOlUtl ° n oan be *"*«*»••« 



PH 100-22157 



In preparation for the Lenin Memorial Meeting at the 
Metropolitan Opera House, B^oad and Poplar Streets, Philadelphia, 
Tuesday, February 26, 1946, -a four page mimeographed "Plan of Work! 1 
was distributed among Communist Party members. This plan describes 
in its first paragraph, the 'purpose and significance of the Lenin 
Memorial ^Meeting as follows I ' 

* :" 

"The Lenin Memorial Meeting is a great political and 
ideological event for our Party. This year*s meeting is of unusual 
importance because of the unprecedented economic and political 
struggles' taking place at the very moment. The mass meeting will 
become a high point in the increasing work of our Party and will 
serve to give greater Impetus to our growth anc contributions. 

I 

j "Five thousand! people must attend the* meeting to hear 
the program of our Party; tcjf leave the meeting enthused and deter- 
mined to carry forth that message among the city's population. The 
importance of this meeting for the Philadelphia Party can be measured 
by the fact that the speakers are Comrades POSTER and DAVIS. The 
entire membership must respond with a spirit and determination that 
will guarantee a jammed hall." 

Under the heading of "Discussion", the following is 
set out in the plan on page 1: 

•' i 

; "Discussion is to be held in all branches on Leninism 
and its international significance from January 15 until the meetirig. 
The District Education Department will provide the outlines." 

1 
The plan then /sets out assignments for selling tickets 
together with quotas for each club by name and orders that every : 
Party member must be seen personally in order to stimulate ticket 
sales. 



(Exhibit 21 Photostatic copy of 
above Plan) 



The original of this plan can be introduced by 
Confidential Informant T-10 



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Ihe FBI, V ashing ton, D.C., has copies of the "(wily Worker" 
and ' Ihe ISorker" for Say i!3, J$m June 05, l$kkj December 9> I9h$} March 
27, l?i*7j September 12, 19U7J October 17, l$lt7| February 18, 19*8. (see 
pagee 6, 7, 9, 10, and it2) 

JMBI, Philadelphia, hold* copies of the Pennsylvania edition 
of "She Worker" for BorSEer 2, ijltfj January 25, l?k8j February 1, 19li8l 
iay 23. 19t8j September 26, 19tt8j and March 6, 19U9* (See pages 9* 10, ,11 
and 12) 



Confidential Informant 1-1 Is a municipal agency union 
quested concealment of Its Identity at the time of the Interview. 2nis 
ageacy has a record of PHILIP BART' a slain to derivative citltenehip, 
made October 5, 19li2. (see pag« 1) 

Confidential Informant X-2 is a forme mesber of the Communist 
Party and of unknown reliability* He San testify that on May 27, 1?1*3, 
JPHIiJP Baft?* Tdth other Chicago Communist Party functionaries, attended a 
meeting called to discuss dissolution of the Third International* (Seepage 6} 

Confidential Informant *-3 1* a former member of the Comsanist 
Politieal Association, of taiown reliability* He can testify that PHILIP 
(ART, as Secretary of the Indiana-Illinois District, Conmuniat Political 
Association, made the principal speech at a CPA city-vide me*ership meet- 
ing at Indianapolis on August 8,1 19Ww (See page 6) 

Confidential Informant T4t is a former meatoer of the Comaunlst 
Political Association and Communist Party and is of known reliability* He 
ean confirm the information furnished by 1-3* (See page 6) 

Confidential Inforeant ?-$ is a former meaner of the Comanniet 
Party, of known reliability, fie ean testify that as a member of the 
Communist Party he tenew that PHH.XP BaRT became organiser of the District 
of Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware in 191*5* (Sea page 7) 

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Confidential Inf oraant t~& is a jfoxmcr member of tht 
Coauaonlst Political Association 553 CooKunist Party, and Is of know* 
reliability* This witness can Introduce ;fixhibit #2, an announcement of a 
banquet of the llaited peoples Club of tht Communist J>arty, Philadelphia, 
January 27* 1#*6> at which PHILIP BART would be guest of honor* (See page 8) 

The witness can also introduce ixhibit #3, an invitation to 
a Lenin Memorial Meeting February 22, 19I&, at Philadelphia, signed in the 
:naae of PHIL BART. (See page 8) 

The witness can else introduce Inhibit #11, a leaflet issued 
by the Comawnist Party of Jfcaatern Pennsylvania in August I9ii5* (See page 

Confidential Inf ormant T-9 Is a former »cabar of the Comsmnist 
Party and is of Jcnom reliability. He can identify a photostat of a 
Coar&uniat Party Membership Card, #95673* dated March ty $ l$h6 $ which bears 
the neiae of PHILX? BART on the line "Signature of State Chairman* » 
(Ixhlbit fi h, see page 9) 

Tke informant can testify as to J&HIts speech at a District 
Conference of the Communist Party at Philadelphia January 13, 191*6* 
(See page XU) 

He can testify to BART'S speech at a jasetlng of the Cosmaunist 
Party District Coramittee held at Philadelphia jlarch 2, Xyk6< (See page 15) 

Ho can introduce Exhibit Hk$ a leaflet advertising a • 
conference at Philadelphia March 31, X9k6$ at which PHILIP BART *as advertised 
as a speaker. (See page Up) 

He can introduce Exhibit #15^ a leaflet Issued at Philadelphia 

in June 19kb* (See page 30) 

He can introduce inhibit #16, a leaflet issued by the Cowaanist 
Party of Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware in June iyi*6« (See page 31) 

He can Introduce Exhibit #17> a 6-page memorandum Issued by 
the Communist Party of Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware in September X9k6* 
(See page 32)* 



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^ 'sum enclosing herewith jTito copies of the report of SA AUBBT SUKDBAISH* dated 
y / aruly 13 # 1951, at Philadelphia, fa« three copies mtb enclosed for lew York, 
and it is jpreauaed that the United States Attorney, Sastcru District of Penn-* 
wylwania* will receive a copy, and that the United States Attorney, Southern 
District, of Hew Toxfe* jjay require ft eopy slnee BAHT is currently believed to 
he in Jaw York* So distribution to United State ■ Attorneys is being made pend- 
ing Bureau instructions* 

A nwaiber of the exhibits listed in this report haw been forwarded 
to Tkm Tork for photostating eince the Jfttiladelphia equijpaen* was at Uhe tine 
dismantled because of the remodeling of 1to Philadelphia Office* Material has 
not As yet beeA received* Two photostatic eet* of all exhibit* wilA bo forwarded 
to the Bureau as soon as they are eoaplete. Two aets will be retained at Phila- 
delphia, o» for the use of the United States Attorney* and on* for the Phila- 
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Board of Election Commissioner** Chicago, HI* ^ 

A "T* ayjabol was designated because the information was originally 
furnished as confidential* If the material is required by th# 
United States Attorney, Chicago will be requested to obtain per- 
mission for the issuance of subpoena. 



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Chicago in ,1947 iden tified the inforaant and described him* 

was at that ttoej I year a old, and had been a | 

I I H$ was a former waber of the down 

Party, frequently attended eeotlon and city Connminiat Party affairs, 

and was acquainted with local .functionaries. Be held a considerable 



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1-2 number of petitions in ?arty front activities, as nail as positions 

Cotrfc*d. on the seotion level* Ha had been a paid inforaant in the past. 
*** He presents a ;neat appearance but ^as a witness would probably be 

accused of strike-breaking Mtirities. Chicago now advises that 
lie has furnished both Reliable and unreliable information* Be is 
not currently known to be a anwriber of the Coaraanist Party* and does 
aaot desire to testify as he is eaployed by several private ^owpanies 
in confidential capacity* 



1-3 Indianapolis Informant I I Ind ianapolis identified this lnf onaant 



in 1947» and advised that he had been| 

I I His information was considered reliable* 

Indianapolis i&urrestly advises that he jms not been utilised since 
1945. So information as to his appearance as aT>4tssKM»l witness b?D 
has been furnished* 



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Indlampolis in 1947 identified $his inf oraant and considered him to 
be reliable. Indianapolis currently advises that he has not b*en a 
tteaber of the ConwmUt Party *!*»* 1945 and is now considered a 
confidential source* Be wouUl wtoe an average witness, and there 
appears to be no objection to his testifying. 

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dential source* Be was a aeaber of, the CP *vnd CPA trm 1941 throu^x 
1945. Be has been cooperative on interview and is considered truthful 
aad reliable* Be is unwilling to have .further contact with the 

1 Coaoaanist Party ^ and therefore cannot , be utilised as a CHDI. Be is 

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1-6 Chicago Informant I 1 

Chicago in 1945 jfurnished identity of this informant * She apparent ly 
was xtover a C6Daamnist Party aneaiber but was deviously | | 

.holds derivative oitlsenship. *x& in 1947 wasl lyears old. I I 

| | was >ised by the CP and CPA to hold severed leadership training 

classes. Ihe informant is a widow* makes a fair appearance, and would 
be a Jfair witness. She was a paid informant. Bar whereabouts were 
not known In 1947* 



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awaoer jg th> C PA and CP slnca HovwaUr, ^I(li# Ji^Wlag offte* *n 
I ^ $e law Jf «rae*0y * paid ijp&oimani. CisUaga did 

*ot adtifre father aewberghip hag bean terminated. In 19lt7 he na e 

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known, adaaaas i«» in Naw Toric Citr# »M He la not. currently known 
to be a weJta85 ( #f --the Oonraunist Party. Imr Torlc hM been requested 
1/0 furnish >Jep*te-Aate lnf«r»tion regarding Ma avaiUbility and 
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m as inf eraant for about eight year* wad had been * neater of, the 
Conaainiet Party In the/peat* Si U rfcill being utiliaed ae «n ia- 
f»w«nfc aitfaia *^* flffl—ualit 2arty« JBe haa held position* primarily 
raa l I He ie an intelligent, ohaeront in- 

fornant, mud it it anticipated that he oould be utilised attoeeaefully 
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ished infornetion from PennaylTania State Xfcploynent reoorde on a. 
evidential haaia* If the United State* attorney deairee to us* 
thia inf ornation 1-11 Trill be contacted relatiwai to leeuanee of a 
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Conaainiet Party and haa not been need by thia Bureau At a witaeta* 
2ta haa been utilised by thia Bureau At an inforaant for .nearly five 
year a and had been a amber of the Ooseniniat Party befora that tis». 
Be haa held a eerioa of noeitl ona within the Party, primarily on 
the I I Be ia an Intelligent, obeerwant ia- 

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Thia .inforaant ia a jaan aaployed in a. aeui-akilled capacity* Ha haa 
cooperated with the TBI during the pact arwral month*, 2» ia not 
actually in the Coanuniat Party at the praaent tla* Although he wee 
a vn&mt for approxJjattoly .four year*, before Ma period of coopera- 
tion* Conaequently, fcta taatiaony would deal with information gained 
during hie period aa a bona fide Coanuniat Party nes&er* Be haa only 
* fair education but haa aooaawhat better than average intelligence 
and haa diaplayed a good aaaoiy and understanding of Comoetnitt Party 
peraonalitiea And aotlvitiea. It ia believed that he would snafee a 
good witneae* 



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This inforaeurt 1« * woman who it «mpley6d in a seartiof industry in 
a sead-sldlled oapaoity* She has operated as an infornant la the 
Coscanist flatty for about six years. St positions la -fch« l>«rfaf 
law boo n prisstrily on a | 1 " 

I iSho is of only uterege intelllgenee and has * poor edueatlen, 

These factors should bo oonsidered in oonnsotion with the appearance 
she vill asks on tho witaoit stand. 



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This informnt is a wons* employed ia industry in a semi-skilled 
©apaeity, dhe doos not hats an extensite jtornal edueation hut ahs 
is uaaouelly intelligent for a person in hor walk of life and is 
rather noil road, partly through ber assoo lotion with ike Ceasatnist 
Party, She *** ««ted as an infornant with tho TBI for abou t too 
years* Bsr position s In the Comsatnist Party hate boon on m l I 

I I She JU an intelligent and; obeertent informant 

and it is antioipated that she would wake a good witnsss. . 



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of tho Coasamiet Party, out has operated for the TBI and eretiously 
for another Ctoternent Agenay in OoBBunist front and inflltratod 
organisations* Be is intelligent and obsertant and, of hiawelf, 
would bo espeeted to sake a good witness. It ia pointed out, how- 
•tor, that in past years writers of ths Party bate boooaa suspiciou s 
of his aotltitlo*« It is further pointed out that I I 



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appoared at the Scrmnton Beiideafc A&wy toluntarliy and furnished 



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jeers of agr ^ Tnir h«l<i a *»n»m «f i>o«i-Mftn« 



info raatlon» 

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Proa the end of I l ata" 

oontlnuos in this evployasnt* Bb olaias to have joined the Oaaamist 



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Party in lSjg fftf fea hlTI T*y^»ttft * laaafcer until the latter Pert 
ofl " " 1 

I I It Is noted that Material attributed to Ixiis la the report 

is inadequate and non-epecif io but this was typical of inf onaatlon 
furnished during the interview* Be hm laost reluctant to give apt- 
eif ic ds^ta regarding people, places* and events* claiming lack of 
recollection* Par this reuon fas is shown as of wtoftwa reliability* 



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this inftonaeat Is a wan about I l^ears old* who lias been in the Party 
Intoralttently in various -parts of the country* H» was a ttsriber for 
I " " ~~T in Philadelphia in 

1943* reneiaed far about t*e years and dropped out* fls rejoined in 
1948* While in Philadelphia he never attajrfad Dist rict affairs and 
mi not particularly active in tha Party* flawas a | "| 

I _- , _ - _ _ I 7 ** 1 * * 0Ba * l *&** Party* Ha is a veteran 

of tha First World Ifiov Sewea an intelligent, industrious* and ob- 
servant informant* and it *4fc believed that ha could be utilised 
suaaaaafully as a witness* Us now resides in Chicago and is used as 
an informant by that division* tJbioago advises currently that be is 
not lenown to be presently aatlv* in the Cowouniat Party but furnishes 
information on front groups. Be is uneaployed, and presents a sat« 
isfaotory appe*ranoe but is in bad health* nervous* ami senile* 



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This informant is I bears old and is[ 



} Ha was 



fonssrly a Cowamist Party swfcer* Having been developed by a 
third party known to tha Bureau and later turned tmr to tha Phila* 
delphla Office* Be beeane inactive early in 1950 after use by this 
off Ice for approximately five years* Be ceased activity as an ln- 
formn* and a Ooaoainist party naribar at his asm request* in 1945 
ha was found to be lying in his reports but on being found out started 
to aubadt honast reports* toad so far as the information in the r*t*r~ 
enoed report of Agant JRSTHDBAKBJf Is concerned* ha is considered to be 
of Renown reliability ♦ fie has speeif ically expressed his unwilling- 
ness to testify* Aside from this he is intelligent and makes a good 
appearance and would probably he a good witness* Els background as 
informant or underaover agent while being operated by a third party 
is not known* 



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HE: PHILIP BAR! 

'INTERNAL SECURITY - .c 



$n July 12, 1951 confidential Informant ND-516, of knovn 
reliability, advissa SA BffiD ."»., "B. MACKENZIE that PHIL 'BART (General 
Manager "JJaily Worker") received a message from an employee in the 
office of Mr, GREENBAUM (possibly -MORRIS GREENBAUM, auditor for the 
CP) to the effect that We. GREENBACM would he in 'his office about 
3:0'0,j?.m. that date. She added that GREENBAUM -wanted BART to .know that 
he had talked to several people, hut could not do .anything. 



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ABNrABK 
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SA ALFRED B. NOVAK 



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letter to the Director, FBI 
July 17* 1951 



Be* PHILLIP BART 

XflBHNAL S^CURITX - C 
JHTERMAJi 3TJCUHITI ACT OF 1950 



Received call mt approximately 12t30 p*&* concerning a aaan 
giving a lecture on Baldwin Avenue in front of Plant #5 (Pontiao 
Motors) located jat Howard and Baldwin Avenues, Pontiae, Kichlgan* 
GILTIN and laysclf answered the call and picked up USO THCItfSON, 
PHXIHP SKOtom and PHILLIP BAJff and brought them in and charged 
thejooi with disturbing the peace • b6 

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The officer competent to produc* tbe Su bject ? a identif ication record 



in the Detroit police Department ie Inspector 



Identification 



Division, Detroit Police Department* Detroit, Michigan * fKe officer co mpetent 
to produ ce the Pontiae, !&chigan Police Department records is Lieutenant ! I 
I | Identification Officer* Pontiae Polioe Department* Pontiae, Michigan, 



A review of the Detroit City Directories from 1924 through 1935 w&a 
negative on the Subject and his aliases "with the following exception! The 
1928-29 Detroit City Directory, "BART, THILUP* District Organiser Toung 
frork re Coaroonlst League* ?♦ 290 Farneworth** 

Mrs* WSfflte WHHIW, Ajpartment 3* 5427 Fourth Avenue, Detroit, Michi- 
gan, advised she Is the oldest tenant in this building have lived here since 
1929 and her father, now deceased, fiorwerly iaanaged the property* Ihile re- 
siding hew, Mrs* DUNNING did laot know the Subject and could be of no assistance 
in locating anyone presently x>r formerly raiding In the house who could furnish 
information concerning the Subject* 

lfa»s« l L Detroit, Michigan, advised 

.she has only resided here a ehort while and Mr* TOLLIAt! HOFFMAN, owner of the he 
property, could be contacted at his shoe store in Highland ?ark* Michigan ♦ hie 

Kr* 1HLLIAM HOFFMAN, Hoffman Shoe Company, Incorporated, 13808 Woodward, 
Highland Farte, Michigan, advised that he did own property at 290 Farnsworth 
Avenue, Detroit In 1928 but did not reiaeaber Subject and could be of *xo further 
.assistance* 

The records of the £ity Election Commission, Detroit, Kiohigan, were 
negative on BART and his aliases* 



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letter to the Director, FBI 
July 17, 1951 ■ 



Ret PHILLIP BART 

INTERNAL SBCDBOT - C 
INTERNAL SBCURITX ACT OP 1950 



(T Symbol), an admitted Xoroer Communist Party 
functionary In Detroit who attended the Lenin School in 1931 and 1932, left 
•fflf SaftB^Bia^ P*rt» In !*»? and la -ardently emglQyei^fts | " I 

I I Detroit* I l advised t hat Eg -ne t 

Sutojaot around Jon* 192?at Comttunlat Party Headquarters, Detroit. I I dea- 
cribedBART as than being 5 '6"", 135 pounds, slightly bald, stooped-shouldered 
walk, largo aye* probably brown, abarp facial features, tubercular appearanc e f 
aid emaciated physically with a slight cough and high pitched voice. I I 
stated Subject was acting organisational secretary of the Communist Party in 
yichigan and Sistricl_oxsanisator of the Young Communist league* As organisational 
secretary, ha supra I H into tha Csffleginist Party in June, or July 1929 at Com- 
snnist Party Headquarters, Ustreit. I l advised he was associated idth BART 
then after, as a aamber of the District Bureau throughout the remainder of 1929 
until t he time BART went to Russia to attend the Lenin School around August, 1930* 
I l atated that BART, while acting organisational secretary of the Coasunist 



Tarty of Michigan, was closely associated wit h JACK S TACHSL who was then District 
Organiser of the <tommunlsiJ>arty in Botroit. I | continued that during hia 
association with BART» I H attcridod tdth BART the founding convention of the 
Trade, Union Unity league in Cleveland, Ohio around August, 1929 and he also b7D 
attended tha Seventh national Convent ion of th e Communist Party, USA with BART 
in New Xork City t»n Hay or June, 1930. 1 ^ advised BART was an instructor in 
the District Workers Communist School in Detroit in 1930, and was one o f the cop . 
jatniat Party leaders in this district during that period. According to I 
BART attended the Communist Party Central Committee P lenum In Hew loric City 



around August, 1930 after wWchJifl_Mnt to Russia and l I had no further direct 
contact with hia after that* I l advised he knew of BART»s activity throng 
the Par ty channels, the Bistriot's 1?orker*s reports) and the r-aily V/orker* 
I | stated BAW was plaoed in •charge of the Southeastern Bistrict of the Coa- 
fiiuniet Party in I93I where BART was Bistrict organiser for the Communist Party* 
I l eontlnued that BART told hia that BART was quite a determined Communist 



having coma up through the ranks graduating from the loung Communist League to 
the Communist Party* I l advised that BART is a very close friend of JACK 
3TACHEL politically and personall y and was well-informed in Party theories and 
.practices* According t» | 1 tha Subject was considered by National Communists 
as one of the Communist party's top men* 

' Mr J l advised that CEORGE HEWITT of Hew Xork City attended the Lenin 
School with BART in 1930. Mew lork interview HEWITT. 



I I stated that l | of Seatt le Washingto n -also attended the Lenin 
School with BART in 1930. Seattle interview l L 

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tetter to the Director, FBI 
J&y 17,1951 



Bei jHnupamr 

JQJIBHNAL SECURITY - C 
INTERNAL SECURITI ACT OP 1950 



W J!^?^? 13 f MiU * 2**^ Yewl J* of ^exriew to Philadelphia for 
incorporation in a Sttoaary Beport on Subject, 



Bided *aa Jo3y 1$, 1951, Expedite. 

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Director, FBI 
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►PHILIP BARf, was* 




UW^NIERSAIi SECURITY 
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July 17, -1951 



On ^oly 12, 195t 
mall carrier, route #2 « \ 



Avenue, Brooklyn, ny t [ 



sa joim j, KEARNEY contacted the 
] which covers 263 Atkins 



J advised that subject continues 



to reside at 263 Atkins Avenue. He advised that if subject 
should move, he will Immediately advise the HY office 



*£71 



, has anient 

J same residence, advised 



apart ment, ;ifld l _ 

SA KEARHEY on Jtfly 12, 1951# that statoject resides at 263 
Atkins Aresm an the top floor « Both stated that they would 
remain alert for actions pf subject* 

The two mentioned informants stated that they wish 
their Identities to remain confidential. Both stated that 
to insure their use as co nfidential a purees, ther should b e 
contacted by teleph one at I I 

is *Yiqi,»to<» *t ttfo I . r 



On July 11, 19 £1, SA PRASTK J* SMITH, Observed the 
subject enter 35 B # 12th Street, HXC> Communist Party Head- 
quarters ifai offices of the *i)atly Worker* and Worker!!;, 



cc: Philadelphia 



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Mail carrier 

263 Atkins Avenue 1 : 



stated that the following are tenants at 1 



Basement: .An unkn own wom an who is .an usher at a 



local theatre whom 
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BART and "WEISS. 




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FD-71 
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IN REPLY. PLEASE REFER TO 



FILE NO. 



COMPLAINT FORM 



4.f. XJ.4. 434 

Subject's Name ■ and. Aliases 





Address of Subject 



Character of Case 
DESCRIPTION OF SUBJECT: 



srlephone^ Number of Comjftaina 
Time-ComiAaint Re 



Telephone 
Date and 



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Received 



FACTS OF COMPLAINT 



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- MR, GJtLSSMS 
MR, GRASVltM 

- Mfe. HAMILTON 
MR. LBV VIS. 
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fe. marchess a t?L* 

- MR. &6ANDREWS 
.,.».t4IG3f SUPERVISOR 
.*.,..MR. RAGAtf 
....MR, S&LLlVAN 
■v-MR, WALSH 

, MR. WOHL- 

,cais? ct&fcg 

..PROPERTY CLERK 
..TRAINING UNIT 



PHILIP BART, WAS, ISA, SMITH ACT . & PROSECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT 
SA ALBERT RUNDBAKEN DATED JULY THIRTEEN NINETEENPIFTYONE AT 
PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK SUTEL WHEN ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE COVERING 
SUBJECTS ACTIVITIES SINCE ARRIVAL IN NEW YORK WILL BE SUBMITTED TO 
PHILADELPHIA. IMPERATIVE SUPPLEMENTAL PROSECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT 
BE SUBMITTED BY PHILADELPHIA AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. . 

HOOVER 

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aairration and naturalisation Service. Miami . recently 



raeep 

Questioned! ^^ L 

formerly of Cleveland, under oath, at which time ho testified 



concerning Communist Party activities on his part and others in 
that area between 1932 and 1935* b7D 

The results of his interrogation are enclosed for the 
interested offices, it being noted that he mentioned 45*Oil£W 02JDA, 
who is presently under investigation by Pittsburgh, J03EPH 2-ACK, 
who la presently in Detroit territory, and PHIL iJAHT, 33<M&L 
Airm and JOHN WXLUAKSOll, vho are presently in Hew York territory. 



or f 



this letter* 



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100-0-12660 



Sufficient copies of the results of the interrogation 
ar* forwarded to each of these offices with copies of 






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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



NEW YORK, NEW YORK 
JULY 2k , 1951 
Transmit the following Teletype message to: BUREAU 

.PHILADELPHIA URGENT 

PHILIP BART, WAS., ISA, SMITH .ACT . REBUTBL JULY TWENTYIHREE 

LAST. NY WILL SUBMIT ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE COVERING SUBJECT'S 

ACTIVITIES SINCE ARRIVAL IN NY 3Y JULY THIRTYONE NEXT. 

SCHEIDT 



JJK:IMK (#7) 
100-56579 



Approved 



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Special Agent in Charge 



Sent 



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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



FD-86 



NEW YORK, NY 

JULY 25, 1951 

Transmit the -following Teletype, message to: PITTSBURGH, AND PHILADELPHIA -. 

URGENT 

PHILIP iBART, WAS., ISC AND SMITH ACT. RE PITTSBURGH LET TO BUREAU 
MARCH FOURTEEN, NINETEEN ;FIFTY. PITTSBURGH SUTEL PHILADELPHIA 
ADMISSIBILITY AND BACKGROUND DATA ON COHFIENTIAL INFORMANT 
MENTIONED IN REFERENCED LET. 



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100-56579 



Approved: 




Special Agent in Charge 



Sent gjjl. M 



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FEDERAL BUREAU. OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES 'DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



FD-86 



— ^— :NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

July 25,, 1951 

Transmit the following Teletype message to: BUREAU, LOS ANGELES & 

PHILADELPHIA - URGENT 

PHIL BART, WAS, IS-C, SMITH ACT. SUBJECT MANAGER OP 

DAILY WORKER AND FORMER CHAIRMAN CP .EASTERN DISTRICT, 

PENNSYLVANIA. LOS ANGELES INTERVIEW CS 

ALONG LINES OP BULET JUNE SIX, PIPTYONE, CAPTIONED OJOTE 

CPUSA - BRIEF, IS-C UNQUOTE FOR INFORMATION PERTAINING TO 

SUBJECT. INFORMANT PRESENTLY IN LOS ANGELES TESTIFYING 

BEFORE FEDERAL GRAND JURY. SUBMIT INFO TO PHILADELPHIA AND 

.NY BEFORE JULY -THIRTY NEXT. 



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SCHEIDT 



JJK:EPK(#7) 
100-56579 

Approved; 




Per. 




Special Agent in Charge 



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0^^ Memorandum • united states government 

date: July 27, 19#L 



TO s SAC, Jfew York 

PROM j SAC, Los Angeles 



>BJECT: PHIL BART, *as. lW~^ ^ I 

-INTERNAL SECURITY - C ^ . 



INTERNAL SECURITY - C 
SMTTHACT 



Re New York teletype to s Los Angeles July 2£, I9£l, captioned as above 
and rebulet June 6, 1951, captioned B CP, USA BRIEF, IS-C. W 



J was interviewed by an Agent of the Los 



Confidential Source 
Angeles Office July 2$, 1951, in keeping with referenced Bureau, letter and 
referenced New York teletype, and he provided the following concerning subject 



with. 



Regarding BART's background, 



advised that he was unacquainted 



Tbject's birth or citizenship, and knew nothing of his formal education. 



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stated that It -was his Impression, gained from general hearsay, : that 

subject attended the .Lenin training School in Moscow probably about 1931, 
af ter the subject left Detroit, where he had been Organizational Secretary* 
| Stated that he knew of no other employment subject had, other than as 



a Party functionary ♦ 



advised he -recalled subject first was married to a girl whose 
giv^n .name was VERA, other identification unrecalled, and that subject later 
married a wealthy woman in Indiana some time during the late 1930*6 or early 
l?liO«s. 



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advised further that, to "the best of his recollection, subject 

lived In Detroit from about 19^0 to 1931; went to the Lenin School in Moscow 
about 1931 and \jpon .returning to this country, lived in^leveland abo ut 1932 
to 1933 J .lived in Indianapolis during the late 1930 1 s toMbout 19l&# I I 

advised also that the Indiana territory of the ComwunistHfarty was merged with 
Chicago's territory during the war years and that subject possibly lived in 
the Chicago. area during World War II. From about 19^7 to late 19^9 the sub- 
ject, accordin g to I | was in Philadelphia, going from there to New York 
City in 19li9. I I farther stated that he believed the subject's present 
residence is #ew York City. 



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Detroit (AMSD) 
Indianapolis (AMSD) 
Chicago (AMSD) 
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I advised that, to his knowledge, the suMect had no war ser- 
vice, being undoubtedly h-T due to a lung condition* I I stated that from 
his earliest acquaintance with the subject he had a chest 'ailment, possibly 
Tuberculosis* 



stated that Jtie knew of no specific criminal record for the 

subject and suggested that the subject probably vas arrested as an agitator 
on -one occasion or another in his various places of residence* 



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stated he was unacquainted with the subject's present condi- 
tion of health and said "that he believed the fsuttffct has, since the early 
1930 f s at 3test, been afflicted with a jrespiratoiy complaint, coughing fre- 
quently and being troubled with mucous* 



Belative to subjects Party connections, 



advised that he was 

unacquainted with details of subject's admission to the Party. He stated that 
he first met the subject at Detroit in 1930 when the subject was Organisational 
Secr etary to JACK STACHEL, who w as the then District Secretary at Detroit . | 



jec 

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lstated that he himself was a 

]aad accordin gly, I 



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then* During this periods according to 



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| with the sub- 
| subj ect left Detroit 



ext net hiM in Cleveland, where the subj ect was Organizational 
lstated that between sobject 1 s residence in Detro'£t_a^ 

According to 



Secretary* [ 

Cleveland lie had attended the Lenin School in Moscow* 

in the late 1930 f s and again abo ut 13lil he »et subject as District Organiser 



0: 



]said that after the expulsion of 



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and State Secretary of Indiana* [ 

SAlfiJEL ADAMS DARCX in jPhiladelphia, one SAiflJEL DUNCBBN succeeded DAftCX. 
DUNCHEN, according to | | was removed ^froa Philadelphia about 19U7 Tt>y 

the National Committee, which then brought the subject into Philadelphia as 
District Org anizer of the Ea stern Pennsylvania Dis trict. In the fall of 
I9l& subject | I telllng of security problems in Philadelphia, 



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in that some of the local renegades in the Party knew practically all sub- 

] advice on how to solve this prob 



ject's personal and confiden tial problems in that district* 



.cajj; 
SlemT 



.About this 



time the local -rer^£adfi_group aade public all th ese problems t>y issuing 

said that shortly after l 
above referred to, the subject was t*en out of 



local bu lletins* 
| | and the incident 

a lad 



elphia District and brought to New Y c^rk City as the new business 

said subject was cur- 



the Phi 

manager of the Daily Worker, in which position 

rently employed 



described 



Relative to the posts which the subject filled, 

the duties of an organizational secretary asr second in command of Party 
organization and in charge of the .administration of the organization, aid 



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to the .chairman and automatically a member of the Secretariat, #ileh 
hi$iest operative unit of the state or district organization* 



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s the 
de- 



scribed the subject 1 s duties as manager of the Daily Worker as: in charge of 
the finances, circulation, etc., of the paper. While the editor was responsi- 
ble for the political contents, the subject as manager was responsible for 
financial drives, payrolls, supplies, etc* 



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stated that he could not recall any revolutionary .statements 
by the subject accurately enough even to paraphrase at this time. I 
said that in statements showing adherence to the furtherance of principles 
of Marxissh-Leninism, the subject and other such P arty memb ers generally used 



aesopian language and other indirect expressions 



Party fleipb 



suggested, however, 



that if the .Bureau "has access to subject's reports to the state or national 
committees, such reports should prove fitiitful of subjects egression of 
revolutionary statements and expresions of adherence to -Marxism-leninism. 



advised he could offer nothing tangible in the form of sub- 



ject 1 s specific writings, Party directives, or other Party documents. 



stated relative to the subject's contact with the U con- 
victed Communist" Party leaders that subject was a subordinate of theirs and 
was amenable to the leadership of these individuals, and that he dealt with 
them in such an organizational sense. 



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, , stated he recalled definitely seeing the subject at the 19h$ 

and X91S plenums of the Communist Party in New Yoxfe City # I I described 

these plenums as full sessions of 'the Nat ional Committee to which district 
organizers usually were invited. | | stated he assum ed subject attended 

his oto district and state conventions, although | ~| said he could recall 

attending none with him. 



] further stated that while his recollection of the matter was 



vague after 20 years, "he had today a strong Reeling that the subject attended 
the Xenin School in Russia about 1931. [ I said he could suggest no sources 

for verification of this^ other than a check of subject * s passp ort file in 
the State .Department under his name and jsnora aliases. I | said he had 

jno recollection of the subject 1 s attendance at Communist Party schools in 
the United States or his acting as an instructor at such. 

Copies of this letter are being designated to the Cleveland, Detroit, 
Indianapolis, Chicago, and Philadelphia Offices in the light of subject's re- 
ported residence ;and Communist Party 'activities in those cities. 

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director, FBI 

PUXf.J/ XM'iT, »<*3,# 

tour fiXa 100*2215? 
Bufile 200*3264 



Re prosecutive summary report of Special Agent Albert 
Bundbaken dated July 13, I9&1, at MiladeXphta* 




Tour attention i$ 
tions concerning referenced 
satisfactorily prepared t 



directed to the following observa- 
report t which appears to have been 



1* The advisability of using Confidential Informants 
T>*2, T~X2 and T-lo as witnesses in instant case 
is questionable. These individuals are all former 
TT~1 informants and consequently Might be open 
to the charge of *labor ■spy" by the defense* It 
is suggested that, if possible, other confidential 
informants he designated to testify to the infer~ 
nation credited to T~2, ¥~12 and f«19, 

£• The Indianapolis Office should he requested to 
determine if confidential Informant T~4 is 
available to testify* The Indianapolis Office 
should also be requested to furnish all pertinent 
information bearing on this informant's qualifi* 
cations as 4 witness* 

S, The Chicago Office should be requested to determine 
the present aheraabouts and availability to testify 
of Confidential Informants T<*8 and ?-?« 

4« The advisability of using Confidential Informant 
T-Q is questionable, in visa of the facts 
surrounding her testinony for M'S, It would be 
more desirable, if possible, to mke use of 
another reliable informant to testify to the 
itf amotion credited to T-$* • ■ ., 



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S* In view of the a {parent reluctance of Confidential ^ 
Informnt T+l? to furnish information of a specific 
nature^ it is doubtful if he will mke a satis** 
foctory witness* An effort should be mde to 
obtain from this informnt man specific rfaia 
concerning the approximate dates and locations 
of the Comunist Party classes allegedly conducted 
by the subject in the *illianspor% Pennsylvania, 
area* It should also be ascertained whether any 
other informant is available who could furnish 
more specific information concerning the subject *s 
participation in these Glasses* 

60 It does not appear that Confidential Informant 
f-18 will make a &ood witness in uiem of the 
fact that he is reported T>y the Chicago Office 
as being in bad health, nervous anti senile* 
It is noted that this informant is merely listed 
to introduce inhibit No* 13 and a partial "Daily 
Worker* subscription list, neither of which 
appears to be cf particular significance* 

It is noted that referenced report covers Bart** 
Communist Party activities only up to approximately December 194% 
when he was transferred to Mew fork City* By teletype dated July 
23 9 1$S1, the Xeto Tork Office mas instructed to expedite to your 
office all admissible evidence concerning Bart's activities 
since Tiis arrival in Meto fork* City, in crier that the supplemental 
prosecutive cummry report nan &# submitted as expeditiously as 
passible* 

The above observations are interned to he of assistance 
to yor office in the preparation of the eupplem#ntal prosecutive 
sumarjj report* A reply to this lettar is not necessary unless 
you so desire* 

The copies of referenced report received by the Bureau 
have been changed to include "Smith Act of 1940" to the character* 
The copies of referenced report in your office should be simi- 
larly changed and all reports and correspondence submitted in 
this case in the future should bear the above duel character* 



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. Jn conne&tim with Section 1X1* p+ 14/ you indicate 

ttjfQ ■ &.&idenc&,:h&& been developed that Barv hc's^ made . such state 
'■&0Kt4j*/y. r 4g y ;;#6x any 'revolutionary statement* made 

&IA 8cY& : woul^ be of major i&porfchce in a possible 
izrial U&der the Smfrth Act* Tou should $ th&rpf&rvj, 
r#v$m% &!% : a^i^M'blf;\'spS€ch9S &nd $tc laments yiade 
&r#WrM;t 1 #-^ none &£ ih#ae $r>e&Ghe& or 

ccwMy b# 4cn$trued . c& rcvoJkutiQncry in nature. 



j utur$ 
carefully 
fry Bart in 
$tct extents 






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Director, PBI July 27» 1951 

Hew Xork 



ILI? BAR*, V«i» 
UTERHAL SSGORITY - C 
SMITH ACT 
(Bufile 100-32%) 

Rebutel 7/23/51 ♦ 

1. MMMMB 

PHILIP BART, bad realddd at .263 Atkina Ayenue; Brooklyn, 
Haw York, fren HoTember, 191,9* to 7/12/51. The informant far 



«hov« lirfawMtion la Confidential gonrco | I 



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II* COWWOliaT PARTY POSItlOMS 

A. General )!anagar of "Dally 
Worker" and ^Tho Worker" 

fiABT beea** Ganaral Hanagar of the "Daily Worker" on 
March 23, 1950* Tha "Dally Worker" of thai data reflected that, 
"PHIL BART will take over tha peat of General Nanager. Active 
far aver 25 y««ra i» tha labor and Cofaeanlst noreaent* BART 
haa helped to found and build trada unions in Many parts af tha 
country* Ha haa held loading Gonmunist Party posts in Ohio* 
Illinois and Indiana and oonos to us af tar serving as Chaimmn 
af tha Party in Eastern Pennsylvania* 

"We ara aonf idant PHIL BART will have tha full 
cooperation of our readers and tha progreaelve noveaent in 
his afferts to make 1950 a banner year in circulation, both of 
tTho Worker" and tha »Daiiy Worker, »" 

This artiala is signod toy 40HR OATBS, Editor-in-Chief, 
in connection with GATES, it is to too notod that ha is ono 
of tha cloven convicted Coamunist Isadora. 

Hxhibiti "Daily Worker," 3/23/50, page 5» 
aoluan 1. Thia and all other 
capias of tho "Daily Worker" 
ara maintained in tha Haw Xork 
, Public Library. 

Witness to Introduce) This and all othor eopioa 
of tho "Dally Worker" Introduood toy 
Librarian, Mow York Publia Library* 

2oct Philadelphia (100-22157) , , .. . l^^ ? 

JtttBPK 
100-56579 



Letter to Dlraotor 
HI lOO-$6$79 



Aa of April 3, 1951 # BART waa authoriied to algn 
all eheeke ebarged agalnat the aeaount of Freedon of tho 
Preaa, Inc., How y©rk City* Thie corporation la tha owner 
of tho "Worker* and tha "Daily barker." So was liated aa 
General Manager of that corporation. 



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Confidential Source 

Wltneaa under a att baoanallueaa 
*««"■ will HgttdttaoJ 



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B. Secretary of national PrQaa Co—itta« 

Tha "Daily Worker" of 11/20/50 earriea an article 
ohtltlod "OP laaaa Ooanlttee to Spark Worker DrAye." Tho 
mrtiole reflects that BART Wa* naned Secretary of tho Rational 
Preea Cojaalttee and that en tnia eeataittee aeven of tho 
convicted CP leadera would eerre with BART* Tho article 
atataat 

"Tho national Committee of tae Ooaaaaniat Party 
followed up it* support of tha national circulation drive 
Of tha •Daily Worker* and «The Worker' by announcing tho 
/emotion of a Rational Preea Comittae te mobilise ite 
forooa in thia drira,... Tho oomtittoo designated 008 HALL 
aa ite Chairman and PIXL BART aa Secretary. 

'. "Tola eonnittee will help the papera* circulation 
drive in lino with tha Oosaaanlat Party* a atataaont that 
(only Ooaamtniat initiative and organisation— individual and 
collective— oen guarantee tho continued existence and growth 
of tho praaa tho Anorlaan working people want and need 
mere than before* •" 

Exhibit* "Daily Worker", U/20/50* Dago 3, 
column !♦ 



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Latter to Director 
IT 100^56^79 

III. ATTgHDAWCB AT IMP0 OTA1T Of MSBTIHOS AMD SPEECHES 

A. Attendance at Plenary Meeting 
of the national Committee of 
the AP, OSA. hold March 30*22. 10*0 

The Kay* 19$0 # ieauo of "Political Affaire, - pagea 
168 through 175» carriee tho apeeeh of PHIL BART which ho 
nadc to tho national Goejaittee during lta Pieman hold 
Merch 20 through 22, 19$0. This apeeeh la part la quoted 
ha f oUoira4 

•Tho ropOrt of Ooarade WZlTSfOV laya down tho nmin 
approach and ehjeetlree in tho atrongthoning of our Party, 
inoreaae of lta memberehlp, and building of our proaa* Bla 
report gevo min esphaaia to tho implementation of our poller 
of industrial concentration, toy moana of, which our Party eon 
and Tfill deeply root ltaelf in tho toaaio aootion of tho 
Aaerlean working elaea. X wish to olngle out for moro detailed 
attention one phaoe of thia teak and per»peetivo~lncreaalng 
tho circulation and oxtonding tho influence of our preaa, 
Tho Worker and tho Sally Worker. 

"Our Party* from tho day of it* founding, haa 
rooogniaod tho nood ond fought for tho oetahliaheient of a 
dally Marxlat-Lanlnlat nevapaper. With deep pride, wo 
proolalaed in a front-pege oditoriol appearing in tho rory 
JJ* f i IW ?*v th * ^^J Workor. January 13, 1*21*1 '.♦♦The 
f lr»t English-language Oonanniat Doily in tho world haa noon 
roallaod,* 

_ SM _ \ "Although our Party woe much enaller at that tine 
than it la today , lta influence woakor and lta roaourooa 
■ore aeager, It undortook tho taak of publlahing a daily 
newspaper f for it rooogniaod tho indiepeneablllty, for all 
our Party* a work, of o regularly*publlahed, daily Communist 
press. Our agitational work cannot ho anywhere noor 
adequate in tho ohaonoo of a newspaper that ipcoks up dally 
on tho laouoo confronting tho working class and tho people, 
interprets^ them, and holpo mobilise end organioo the messes 
for struggle, ^ 



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Letter to Director 
1X100^56579 

••special task OP T8B 

COMMOITIST PRBSS 

••The main task of the Communist press in tha 
Unit ad Stataa today ia to help develop a broad united-front 
movement of the working claaa and its alliea Xor democracy* 
peace and security* Our press moat be a powerful organ 
providing day-to-day guidance in the struggle to bridle the 
warmongers* It must be a force in the struggle Jfor Hogro 
rights and in labor t a fight for higher wages and against the 
reactionary measures directed against it* It must champion 
the defense of the Communist Party and all democratic rights 
of individuals and organisations* now seriously threatened by 
the Mundt-Fcrgusons and sll other un-Amerieans* the duty 
of the Communist press is to crusade on these Issues among 
the millions | in the first place among the worker a In the 
baaic Indus triea* 

"There are other voices that appeal for united 
action on various lssuea and levels of organisation* But 
our press has a special task to perform in developing the 
united action of the working class* and that is to develop 
and deepen the class-consciousness of the workers * for the 
united-front movement can reach higher levels only to the 
extent that the class-consciousness of the workers * Hogro 
and white, grows and matures* Only when the workers fully 
grasp the historic role that they can and must play in the 
anti-imperialist struggle can they make their full strength 
felt in leading the movement for peace* Only to the extent 
that their claaa consciousness is developed can the workers 
give leaderahip— staunch, und aviating leadership— to the other 
classes and sections of the population whose interests and 
aapiratlona are menaced by Wall Street imperialism* 

*The development of the claaa consciousness of the 
workers* as the greet guiding spirits and leadera of 
Communism heve many times emphaeiscd, is not an automatic or 
spontaneous process* It .requires the proper fulfillment by 
the Party of ita vanguard role. It requires today the waging 
of an all-out Ideological battle for the exposure and 
refutation of the Bed-bait era and Sovlct-baitere* of the 
cynical imperialist demagogy of Truman* Acheaon and the 



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bipartiaana, of the olaaa-oolleboratloniat and pro-war polloiae 
and practices of the Social -Demooratio and reformist trade* 
union top leadership. 

"That it why the building of the Communist press 
Is of such mighty importance in developing every phase of 
our work. Press building goo* hand in hand with the 
carrying out of our policy of industrial concentration, 
of f irmly rooting our Party among the workora in tha main 
plant* and Induatriaa of our country and winning thair support 
and oonfldanaa through vanguard participation and guidance in 
thair day-to-day struggles. 

•We must help devalop higher forma of olasa 
solidarity. It begins with tha piokat lino* but prooaads 
to tha recognition that tha interests of tha* capital late 
and tha workers claah on OTory issue. 

"Wo ahould constantly look to tha experienoea of 
tha Bolshevik Party of Lenin and Stalin, which teach ua tha 
vital rolo of tha press in the struggle of tho working olaaa* 
The Bolshevik press played a vital part in railing the olaaa 
oonseiousheas of tha soviet workora* in building the strong 
ties between tha Party and the masses. Pravda was in the 
center of ovary struggle, of ovary united-front movement* 
In the words of Comrade Ataliiu 

N (7h# Pravda, of 1$12 waa the laying of the 
corneratone of Bolshevism in W17« f . 

"With proper attention and work by our whole 
Party* tha American workora can and will come to eae in 
the Dfcily worker j their own paper, their beat supporter. 

"Comrade Poster in his greetings to this Plenum and 
Comrade Winston in hie report have atreased the need for the 
Party's developing tha ideological struggle on every front, 
Thie is absolutely necessary.*.. 

•the deellne in Daily Worker circulation shows the 
lock of full recognition of the Leninist principle of Party 
organisation that holds the press to, be an indispensable 



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agitator' *nd organiser in the olaae atruggle, Th* CoaNoniat 
Party, in developing ana leading aoaa movements, *uat have 
a dally preaa to reaeb the Taking olaae •" 

: ! 

Exhibit! "Politlaal Affaire" issue May, 
1950; jsalntained at tha Hair 
York public Library, Yaw York 
City, 

Witness to Introduce* Librarian, Haw York 
Public Library* 

B« Attendance at tha, 15th ' . 
g«tla«Mi convention. OP. PSA 

BAR? waa alaotad on Deeenber 10, 19j>0 , aa a dalagato 
from Diatriet 3# CP, USA> to Attend tha 15th Hational 
Convention v of tha CP, Ha vaa alaotad at tha specific .request 
of tha Kational Committee of tha CP, USA* 



Witness* Philadelphia informant 



BART waa in attendance at tha l£th national 
Convention of tha CP* hold in Sow York City from 12/26750 to b7D 
1^31/50, 



Witneaat Confidential Informant 



Concerning Confidant ial Informant I thia 
inf ©rmant la native born and , la a paid informant! Ho la 
an informant whoao identity oannot and will not ba dlaoloaod 
and, therefore, la not availablo to tastify* Ho la d" 
preeent CP member* During tho past ho haa hold many 
raaponalblo position* and ia In an excellent position to 
furniah information about praaont CP activities, 

C« Attendance at Othar CP Meetings 

On Kerch 6, 1951* BART spoke at tha Boro Hall 
Saotlon of tho CP which hold a mating In How York City, 
Ho reported to the eomradee praaont the proeeedlnga of the 
CP national Convention hold December 28 through 30, 1950* 



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better to Director 
BY 100-5657* 

i: 

which he attended* He urged the comrades to continue their 
efforts in tho "press drive*" Ho told that subscriptions to 
?The Worker" and tho "Doily Worker" novo oao wey or hooping 
tho go papers o regular paper. He said that along lines of , 
security a wide circulation of tho paper would protoet its 
readers, since if there were only a few In a community who 
received tho "Worker", they could be piokod out as CP Members. 




Witness t Confidential Informant 



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Cenoejaiag "«»*« dinfci *•> r^r**-*** | this 

informant is a l I She is an American 

eitlaen and has boon in the Cononiniit Party for eight years. 
She has no known criminal record* 

IV* RgVOLUTIOHARY. STATWHTB 

On February 10 v 1950, BART wee in Charleston* Vest 
Virginia, and spoke to a sooting of CP members in which he 
outlined the Communist Party* a etratogy in connection with 
a ooal strike in that soot ion* BAR* said he was offering tho 
CP national resources for uso in aiding the local CP In their 
aetlona of infiltrating tho local minors* He gild that anything 
that was necessary to build tho CP good will must bo done* 

BART ended his speech by stating that* "gome years 
ago It was felt that wo would hare to go and help the Chinese* 
low, they will come over and help us in our fight to establish 
a true government of the people in America*" 

On February 11, 1950 $ in connection with this 
strike BART said that the longer the minors are out on 
strike the more opportunity there will be to obtain now 
recruits for tho Party and, therefore, unroot should he 
stirred up among tho minora so that tho strike will he 
prolonged aa long as possible, thus giving a bettor opportunity 
to build tho Party among tho ooal minora* 



Witness* Pittsburgh informant I l ac reflected hiu 
in Pittsburgh letter to Bureau, 
3/»V50» entitled "PHILIP BART, was I 
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Letter to Director 
JTt 100-56579 



V. AgVAICPgg 0? MARXIST PRESS 



"The Worker" for Hay 14 # 19$0* carries a full 
page advertisement signed by PHILIP BART urging people 
to subscribe to "The Worker* and the "Doily Worker." BART 
writes* 

"It i« a newapaper which, speak* for socialism-- 
a humane society which will product and serve the majority 
of too poopXo as opposed to capitalism which produce* to 
enrich tho money lords." . 

Kxhibltt "Worker", Section II, leane of 
5/11^0, page 12. 

In o lotto* 1 to "Dear Reader* entitled "Solid 
Freedom's Prose" signed by PBH.IP BART at General Manager 
and JOBV 0ATBS aa Editor, subscription to the "Dally Worker" 
and "Tho Worker" ia urged. Tho letter in part referring to 
the "Dally Worker" and "The ^Worker" states: 

"Throughout our hletory, theae too papora not only 
recorded newst they helped to organlie and lead struggles 
for our people's lntereet, they have made news.' 

"There win be through the history of modern times 
and you will see it, Soottsboro, gaeeo-Vansettl, the drive 
to organise the huge open-shop industries, the fight for 
democracy, for peace, hundreds of other Issues were not, 
nerely recorded In the columns of these papers ♦ The * Dally 
Worker* and (The Worker* eruaaded en these itcues, helped 
organise the struggles in their behalf* 

"This i« so because ours ic a different kind of 
newspaper. Wot only does it print the news, it draws the 
necessary lesions from events end, consequently, It is a 
powerful factor in the fight the people wage to help then- 
selves and help their country." 

Exhibits "Worker" issue of October 29, 1950, 
page k» eolumn 3* 



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mr ioo»5»579 

"The Worker" Issue of Berember 5, 1950 , carries 
ma item, "Build Freedom' a Press—geek 20,000 Mow 3ribs", 
concerning an "intenslYe circulation campaign" of "The, 
Worker" and tho "Daily Worker," Referring to BART, the 
paper a tat oa» "Ho appealed to readers to for* reader's 
groups, local committees and regional group* at wall aa to 
work as individual* to oireulato tho paper in shops, among 
trado unionists and In the communities." 

Exhibit x "worker" of November 5, 1950, 
pago £, column 2* 
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"The Worker" for December 3, 1950, quotes BART 
as saying* "0nllke othor newspaper a... our system depend, upon 
eonaciotts support from readers who will take a bundle of 
papers into their shops and oomonnltlos on a regular basis." 

Exhibit t "Worker? of December 3, 1$50, 
pago 2, column 1, 

"Tho Worker" of Pebruery 18, 1951, in a letter to 
frionds of tho "Bally worker 11 and "Worker" signed by *0&I 
0ATK8 aa Editor-in-Chief and PBXL BART as Oeneral Manager, 
appeals for #200,000* The letter in part states* 

i 

"In the past year your paper waa published under 
very difficult conditions* it has been harassed by 
reactionary forces, some who even tried to intimidate news 
dealers from selling the paper* Other forms of intimidation 
against our paper were tried, hut your paper, with your 
nelp fought book* We refuse to he intimidated. We will 
continue in the true spirit of a working olaas newspaper* 
Tour paper brings the truth about the Soviet Union, about 
the 800*000 people working to build socialism and contributing 
so much to maintain the peace of the world." 

Ernibiti "Worker" of February 18, 1951, 
page .3, columns 1 and 2* 

The "Daily Worker" of March lit, 1951, reflects 
that BART has returned from a week's stay in the Midwest 



Lottor to Director 
BY 100-56579 

whara ha "diaonaaad roaulta of tha campaign with aooraa Of 
♦Workup' laadora in aavaral oitia»," 

Exhibit* "Dally Workor" of Maroh 1^, 1951, 
paga 2, ooluama 3 «ad If* 

In tho "Workor" of April $» 19$1, BAR* writaa a 
column on tho circulation of "Tho Worker" and tho "Dally 
Worker," Referring to thoao paper a, ha aaya} 

"Thie ia a different kind of peper-«it it tho 
working «an»« paper* It bolonga to tho van and women too 
fight for peace, help dofand tho atruggle for Kogro right a, 
fight agelnat tho boaaea and f or intereeta of tho »eeaee*** 
norer was tho urgency for building a Narxiat paper greater 
than today* Beyer was tha need greater to reach tha people 
with this aeaaage*" 

JSxhibitt "Worker" of April 15* 195l» 
pago k* eolumna 2 through 5» 
Section I* 

,Vfr ATtlffiVff^ AT am SC^OCL 

BART waa in Moaeov, Ruaaie, during 1930 ond 1931* 
Informant bellevee that BART undoubtedly attended tha 
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VII. ADMIBISTRATIVB HATTER 

This lottor oonteina oil admiaelble evidence 
pertaining to tho oubject in tho filec of tho Bow York 
Offloo covering tho period of Roveaber, 19^9* to data* 
Tho Bureau and tho offloo of prooeeutlon will bo adviaed 
of any further portinont information developed in tho 
future. An interview of MAURI CI MALKIK wtll ba had in tha 

future* 



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Letter to Director 
IY 100-56579 

Froa a reviaw of the file it is noted that the 
report of SA JOOT 3, XEHRWKZ, dated 12/28/50, at *ew *ork, 
page 10, reflects information concerning passport Jfo. 
1^9012 which was issuad to subjact on 12/12/29* It is 
euggested that tha off iea of prosaeutlea nay wish to 
obtain additional information ooncarning thU passport to 
supplement any information that they aaj hava in connection 
with aub ject's trip to Russia and his attandanoa at tha 
Lenin school. 

By teletype dated July *<* 19*1. the Los Angeles 
Off loe was advised to Interview CS | p iho, undoubtedly, 
could furnish JjmalusMe information in «nia natter. 



Concerning CS I I this m an was a member #f *he OP for 

y Daring that time ha occupied b7D 



many positions or importance on both a national and state 
level. Ha has a wida acquaintance and a knowledge of Many 
phases of the Communist movement. This individual served 
in the V. S. Army during World War IX and la an American 
eitisen. 

By teletype ^ej^ July 25» 1951, Fitteburgh was 
requested to identify 



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Re: Philip Bart 

Internal Security-0 



At 1:20 PM, July 28, 1951 Sa[ 



1 of the Philadelphia 



Office, telephoned to advise that Inspector Hennrich, of. the Bureau, 
had infonicd the Philadelphia Office earlier,* that Coasunist leaders 



in Philadelphia J*Mt would be apprehended in the near future, 
Ihspector Eennrich *fcatedothat£the:?whereabouts of Bart should be known 

at all times so that he can be readily apprehended when the tine cones* 

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said that he was passing thosfe ^instructions on to the 



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New York Office since Bart is now. residing herein 



SA Eussell S. Garner 



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Oa JUly 2J, 1951 Coafldaatlal Informant jro-Slo*, of kaovn 
raliahillty, advlatd SB ROBERT 8* BROIKUCK that KftSXBt Bff OMB 
fchairaaa. ntetrlet fjjb CP. U3 A. 1a lavark) conferred »lth H~l 
I l CP r USA) aayJUag that ah* understood 

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PHILIP BART, WAS, IS-C, SMITH ACT NINETEEN -FORTY. ATTENTION INSPECTOR 
A. H. BELMONT. IN CONNECTION WITH THE EXPECTED -APPREHENSION OF 
SUBJECT WITHIN THE NEXT T.TO WEEKS, IT IS POINTED OUT .THAT THIS 
CASE IS. ASSIGNED TO SA JOHN J. KEARNEY, WHO BY BUREAU LETTER OF JULY 
SIXTEEN, LAST WAS SCHEDULED TO ATTEND IN SERVICE CLASS BEGINNING AT 
THE BUREAU ON AUGUST SIX NEXT. INASMJCH .AS SHIS -AGENT IS THOROUGHLY 
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SAO SURGBY, Of Philadelphia,, .called on 7/30/51 and advised 
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under the Smith Act in the Philadelphia Jurisdiction. Jhey are 
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under consideration for violation of the Smith Act, 

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PHILIP BART, WAS. ISC. SMITH ACT NINETEEN FORTY, 



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PHILIP BART, WAS. ISC. SMITH ACT NINETEEN FORTY. SUBJECT 
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Dear Sir: 

In .connection with an investigation being conducted 
by this Bureau, it is requested that a cover be placed on all 
oai.l, including special delivery and registered mail, of the 
following for a period of thirty days: 

Philip Bart 

Connie Bart 

SelaaHeiss 

263 Atkins Avenue 

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URGENT 



PHILIP ;BART, WAS., IS DASH C, SMITH ACT, NINETEEN FORTY* 
SUBJECT OBSERVED ON AUGUST NINTH INSTANT ENTERING FIFTY EAST 
THIRTEENTH STREET, NYC, OFFICES OF DAILY WORKER • "FOR -INFO. 



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DIRECTOR AND SAC URGENT 

PHILIP BART, IAS, IS DASH C, SMITH ACTy NINETEEN 'FORTY. U.S. TREASURY 

BONDS IN AMOUNT OF TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS POSTED AS BAIL BOND JUNE SIX ' 

BY ROY WOOD, 'CHAIRMAN CP FOR D.C. TRUE OtfNER OF BONDS .UNKNOUN AS THEY 

ARE PAYABLE TO QUOTE BEARER UNQUOTE. AUSA CHARLES B. MURRAY ADVISES 

NO TRAVEL RESTRICTION PLACED ON SUBJECT. 



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Phil Bart, Philip Beral 
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Saitli Act 1&0 
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3« Vtaid la tter dated 7/2ti/& setting out lnf o rsjation Atala^a br TM* at 
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states that he believed PHIL B&HT 
«i a speaker at a May Day celebration in 1933 (probably Cleveland). The speaker 



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at the l&gr Bay celebration wide sweh statement*. Will obtajfl_iSr background in- 
jrernation on BART that inforraant can famish* If in fact I I appears faadliar 

with subject's CP activities daring 1233-1935* will obtain all Inf emotion which 
can be included in prosecutive sunsary of subject* 

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It is requested that this interview he handled expeditiously as subject's 
arrest ia ijoainaat. lbs Philadelphia Office is office of prosecution and saw Toric 
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NEW YORK, NEW YORK 
AUGUST 10, 1951 

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PHILIP BART, WAS. IS DASH C AND SMITH ACT OP NINETEEN FORTY. 
SUBJECT OBSERVED AUGUST TEN INSTANT ENTERING FIFTY EAST 
THIRTEENTH STREET, OFFICES OF THE "DAILY WORKER". 



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SAC CORNELIUS of Philadelphia on the afternoon of B/<?/?l and 
advised that the Smith Act subjects in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh will 
be ^proceeded against sioultaneously, .probably late Monday night or 
sometixae Tuesday. He requested that we be aware of BART's whereabouts in 
order that "he -could be picked up at any giyen t'itae. ■ 



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NEW YORK 8 FROM PHILADELPHIA 8-10-51 7.47' PM 

SAC URGENT '.. ' ' 

PHILIP BART, WAS., IS, C, SMITH ACT,, FORTY. REDELET TO BUREAU JULY , 
SEVENTEEN, WHICH REFLECTS INTERVIEW WITH | | NY'wiLL 

INTERVIEW 



AS SUGGESTED.. NY WILL ALSO ADVISE IDENTITY, 



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BACKGROUND, AVAILABILITY AND POTENTIALITIES AS WITNESSES OF CS 



AS REFLECTED IN LALET JULY TWENTYSEVEN. SUTEL AS, ABOVE 



NEEDED FOR SUPPLEMENTARY PROSECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT. 



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PHILIP BART, WAS., IS-C, & SMITH ACT NINETEEN HUNDRED FORTI. SUBJECT 
OBSERVED AUGUST ELEVENTH INSTANT AND A FULL TIME DISCREET SURVEILLANCE 
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PHILIP BART, WAS., -IS DASH C, SMITH ACT, NINETEEN FORTY. 
SUBJECT CONTINUES UNDER SURVEILLANCE. 



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PHILIP BART, WAS. ISC, SMITH' ACT FORTY.* REOURLET 'JUNE, TWENTY FIFTH, 
LAST, EXPEDITE CHECK OF COURT RECORDS FOR BART-S ALLEGED CHANGE OF 
NAME FROM BERAL TO BART. / . * 



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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
M NEW YORK, N.Y. 

AUGUST 12, 1951 
Transmit the following Teletype message to: guREAU AND PHILADELPHIA 

PHILIP BART, WAS., IS-C, SMITH ACT, ONE NINE FOUR ZERO. SUBJECT 
DEPARTED NEW YORK BY TRAIN SIX PM AND ARRIVED NEW HAVEN SEVEN THIRTY- 
PM BOTH EDST THIS DATE. SURVEILLANCE CONTINUING. NEW HAVEN ADVISED. 



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FEDERAL . BUBEAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

New York, ■ New Xoxk 
August 13, 19& 

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PHILADELPHIA 

PHILIP BART, WAS. ISC, SMITH ACT OP FORTI. SUBJ RETURNfcD TONIC AT 
TEN THIRTY PM ON AUGUST TWELVE LAST FROM NEW- HAVEN. ENTERED HIS AUTO 

/WHICH.HB HAD^PAKKED ON THIRD AVENUE AND WAS-LAST SEEN DRIVING IT IN 
GRAND. CENTRAL AREA. NEITHER SUBJ NORHIS AUTO HAS BEEN OBSERVED AT 
HIS RESIDENCE DURPG4NIGHT OF* AUGUST TWELVE OR MORNDB OF AUGUST THIRTEEN. 

' FULLTIME SURVEILLANCE sBBING ^/MAINTAINED AT SUBJECT'S: RESIDENCE AND PLACE 
OF EMPLOIMENT. ALL SOURCES HAVE BEEN AiEKTED. 



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ATTN... INSPECTOR ALAN H." BELMONT i^jKj** 

PHILIP BART, WAS., IS - C.~ SMITH, ACT. REMYTEL EIGHT THI^ 
INSTANT AND TELEPHONE CALL NY FROM ml BELMONT SAME DATE.' SUBJ 
ARRIVED GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL NYC TEN TWENTY PM AUGUST TWELVE LAST 
TROM NEW HAVEN, CONN.' VIA NY. NH.' AND H. R R ; tfNDER SURVEILLANCE NEW 
HAVEN OFFICE AND CONTINUED BY THREE NY AGENTS.' SUBJ WALKED TO PARKED 
CAR AT FOUR SEVEN ST AND THIRD AVE., NYC. DROVE SOUTH ON THIRD AVE., 
TO FOUR FOUR ST,AND TURNED WEST ON AN EAST BOUND ONE WAY STREET." 
BUREAU. CAR ATTEMPTED TO FOLLOW BUT WAS BLOCKED BY ONCOMING EAST BOUND^f 
TRAFFIC AND HAD TO REVERSE TO THIRD AVE.' SECOND BUREAU CAR DROVE 
WEST ON FOUR THREE ST. TO LEXINGTON AVE.* BUT UNABLE TO OBSERVE 
SUBJ DUE TO CONGESTED TRAFFIC AND HEAVY RAIN POUR: SURVEILLANCE 
LOST AT TEN THIRTY FIVE ml SURVEILLANCE RENEWED AT SUBJECT-S RE- 
SIDENCE TWO SIX THREE ATKINS AVE^ BKLYnJ NY AND MAINTAINED ON ' 
TWENTY FOUR HOUR BASIS.' SURVEILLANCE ALSO MAINTAINED AT CP HEAD- 
QUARTERS. KNOWN CONTACTS OF SUBJ CHECKED FOR PRESENCE OF AUTOMOBILE. 
NEGATIVE RESULTS THUS FAR. SURVEILLANCE AT HOME AND HDQTRS WILI ' 
CONTINUE AND ALL SOURCES HAVE BEEN ALERTED. 

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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

_; New York. New York 

August li, 1951 

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NEW HAVEN 



' PHILIP BART, WAS, ISC, SMITH ACT OF FORTY. ON RETURN FROM NEW HAVEN 
AUGUST TWELVE LAST SUB J HAS NOT APPEARED AT • HIS RESIDENCE OR PLACE 
OP EMPLOYMENT. NH WILL ALERT SOURCES FOR ALL INFO THAT MAT COMB 
TO THEIR ATTENTION CONCERNING SUBJECT'S CONTACTS ON AUGUST TWELVE 

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LAST AT NH. WILL ATTEMPT TO ASCERTAIN WHAT THE NATURE OF THE 
SUBJECT'S CONTACTS MAI HAVE BEEN ON AUGUST TWELVE LAST. 



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THIS CASE ORIGINATED AT 



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PERIOD FOR WHICH MADE 



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PHILIP BART, was 



REPORT MADE BY 



JOHN C. MANNING 



CHARACTER OP CASE 

.INTERNAL SECURITY - C 
SMITH ACT - I9I4O 



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There is set out below results of the surveillance of the above 
subject conducte d on 8/12 and 8/ 13/51 by SAs RICHARD L. CROMWELL, 
JOHN A. YATXEAU, | | and the reporting Agent. 

7:29 P.M. Subject was observed by SA MANNING leaving the fitattt 
Edge Egress which arrived in "cw tt aven from New York. Subject 
walked from the train platform to the Railroad Station and left the 
newspaper which he lud been carrying at the baggage counter in the 
Railroad Station. Subject then returned to the ramp at the north 
end of the Station, looked up some numbers in the telephone director 
which he noted on a piece of paper, entered the telephone booth 
near the ramp and apparently nade sc&e telephone calls. 

Ixixl P.M. Subject left the te lephony booth and entered Yellow 



Cab fjt> and was observed by SAs | and MAN NING to drive throu gh 
the downtown area of Ne w Haven to the hone of 
I L New Haven, Conn. 



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7:52 P.M. 

8:06 P.M. I ~~ [ left their hoae and 

entered their autcmobile and drove east on Valley St. SAs CR0MT8ELL 




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and YASTEAU observed that I I drove to the home of SIDNEY TAYLOR, 
120 Valley St ., New Haven, Conn. 



8:16 P.M. I I returned to their home and [ 



I l arrived In his own car bearing Conn, license GT-716, and parked his 
car on the northwest corner of Valley St. and Mountain Road. 

NOTE: During the time that I l were away from their 

hom e* SA MA NNING observed that the subject was sitting in the front roocx of 



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8:17 P.M. Subject, I l and f lwere obser ved conversing 
on the sidewalk in front of the front door of | H home. This 

was observed by SAs | ~| and MANNING. 

8:22 P.M. The subject and | l left the home of I l and 

entered r I car and after driving around the Westville section of New Haven, 
drove at a very rapid rate to the Railroad Station via, Whalley Ave., Temple, 
George and Meadow Streets, New Haven, Conn* 



8:g2 P«M. S ubject and| larrived at the Railroad Station and the subject 

left I I car and walked directly to the Station platfoxm. The subject 
boarded the train at New Haven and after going through the motions of looking 
for a seat, left the train and walked up the platform for several cars and 
then boarded the train again. The subject was under observation at this 
point by SAs CfiQMiiBLL and MANNING. 

9:00 P.M. The train left New Haven with the subject aboard and under the 
observation of SAs CROMWELL and MANNING. The subject changed his location 
on the train at the 125th St. Station, walking through the train for several 
cars and then remaining standing for the balance of the ride to Grand Central 
Station. 

10:2$ P.M. The train arrived at Grand Central Station, New York City. She 
subject left the train, still under the observation of SAs CROMVffiLL and MANNING, 
and walked up the ramp and went to a telephone booth near the inforaation 
desk. The subject apparently made a telephone call at this point and then 
left the telephone booth and walked to the rest room. After the subject 
left the rest roam, he left the Grand Central .Terminal and walked several 
blocks at a very rapid rate to an automobile parked on Third Ave. near 
hlth St. and unlocked this cat* and drove off. It is believed that this car 
bore New York license 3K-8?10 (?) " 1 t ^a>< 't*» * * 



Confidential Informants T-l, T-2 and T-3 can identify SIDNEY TAYLOR as the 

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State Chairaan of the Communist Party in Connecticut. | 

member of the Communist Party in Connecticut and reportedly handling press 
work including the Daily IVorker and Worker subscriptions for the Communist 
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Confide ntial Informants T-l and T-2 can also identify[ 



as having been members of the Communist Party in Connecticut, 

although these informants have no re cent information indicating ^ h 
membership • It should be noted that ) | for ,the 

UERW1 and is one of those who has signed the non-Communist affidavit 
of the Labor Management Relations Act of 1950* 



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To date Confidential Informants of the Now Haven °ffice have not been in a b7c 
position to furnish any information as to the nature of the subject's 
visits to N ew Hayem Hgroyeri. it will be noted that the subject spent most 



the 



of his time -frit h 

connected with the subject's visit was that of 

also identified above* 



identified abov e, and the on ly other contact. 

and SIDNEY T.flTLOR, 



The Daily Worker is an East Coast Communist daily newspaper and the Woricer 
is the weekend edition of the Daily Worker. 

Confidential Informant T-U has advised that the OERMWA is an organization 
which was ousted from the National Organization of the CIO because of the 
fact that it, UEKtfWA, was Communist infiltrated. 



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It is noted that in the report set out that subject was observed to enter 
an automobile pariced on Third Ave. near Itfth St* and drive off in the 
car bearing New: York license 3K-8910 (?)♦ New Haven* Agents attempted to 
follow this car by taxi car without success and the surveillance was 
discontinued by these Agents at lOrUj? P.M. 



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NEW HAVEN DIVISION 



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Will report any information furnished by Confidential Sources and 
Confidential Informants relative to the purpose of the subject's contacts 
In. New »aven on 8/12/51. 



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CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS 



The identity of the Confidential Informants as set forth in the report of 
SA JOHN C. MANNING in the case entitled, "PHILIP BART - IS - C, SMITH ACT 
I9h0 n , dated August Hi, 1951 at New Haven, is as follows: 



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]who furnished the 



information to SA JOHN C. 
MANNING. 



who furnished the 
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MANNING. 



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who furnished the 
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who furnished the 

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IF WHEREABOUTS BECOME KNOWN. 

'CORNELIUS 
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DURING SURVEILLANCE OF SUB ON TRAIN TO NYC AUG TWELVE LAST, A ;NOTI WAS ' 
SEEN IN SUB-S POSSESSION WITH FOLLOWING NUMBER CONTAINED THERON-" 
AC TWO SIX NINE EIGHT SEVEN. NO OTHER WRITING ON THIS NOTE AND PER- 
TINENCE OF NO. NOT KNOWN. ANOTHER NOTE OBSERVED IN POSSESSION SUB 
STATED- "GOING HOME". 

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DIRECTOR AND SAC-S URGENT 

CP, USA, BRIEF, IS DASH C, PROSECUTION OF ADDITIONAL COMMUNISTS WIDER 
SMITH ACT, A COMPLAINT HAS BEEN\DRAUN UP TODAY BY SPECIAL ASSISTANT 
TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL THOMAS HALL, CHARGING PHILIP BART, AKA PHILIP 
BERAL, WITH VIOLATION SECTION THREE OF THE. SMITH ACT, FIVE FOUR STAT9 
SIX SEVEN ONE, EIGHTEEN U.S.C. PAR^N NINETEEN FORTYSI* ED. PAREM ELE'/Ety 
AND EIGHTEEN U.S.C* PAREM NINETEEn\fORTYEIGHT ED. PAREtJ THREE SEVEN ONE. 
IDENTICAL INDIVIDUAL COMPLAINTS HAVE ALSO BEEN PREPARED AGAINST MINNIE 
ZATLIN SCHNEIDERMAN, AKA JESSIE SCHNEIDERMAN, BENJAMIN NEISG, ROBERT 
KLONSKY, AKA ROBERT J<IRBY, EDWARD EUGENE STRONG, AND DAVID DAVIS, 
AKA DAVID DUEENSXY. THESE COMPLAINTS INDIVIDUALLY CHARGE THAT 
EACH DEFENDANT FROM ON OR ABOUT APRIL W, FORTYFIVE, AND - CONTINUOUSLY 
THEREAFTER, UP TO AND INCLUDING THE DATE OF T!'E FILING OF TJS COMPLAINT. 
IN THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIAUnD ELSEWHERE, UNLAWFULLY, 
WILFULLY AND KNOWINGLY CONSPIRED WITH UIJLLIAM 2. FOSTER, EUGENE DENNIS, 
JOHN B. WILLIAMSON, JACOB STACHEL, ROBERT G. THOMPSON, BENJAMIN J. DAVI? 
JR., HENRY WINSTON, JOHN GATES, IRVING POtASH, GILBERT GREEN, CARL 
WINTER, AND BUS :HALL, CO-CONSPIRATORS BUT NOT DEFERDANTS HEREIN, AND '1R 
DIVERS OTHER PERSONS TO COMJOT OFFENSES AGAINST THE UNITED STATEH 
PROHIBITED BY SECTION TWO OF TIE SMITH ACT,\FIVE FOUR STAT. SIX SEVEN 
ONE, EIGHTEEN U.S.C. PAREM NINETEEN FORTY si^IIT ED. PAREtJ TWO THREE EIGJ 
FIVE , BY SO CONf.PlRING UNLAWFULLY, NILFULLYi AND HJIONINGLY .10, ADVOCATE 



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AMD TEACH THE DUTY AND NECESSITY OF OVERTHROWING AND DESTROYING TOE 
GOVERNMENT OF THE UNX1ED STATSS BY FORCE AND VIOLENCE, AND UNLAWFULLY, 
WILFULLY, AND KNOWINGLY TO ORGANIZE AND HELP TO ORGANIZE AS THE COWMMW 
PARTY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A SOCITEY, GROUP, AND ASSEMBLY 
OF PERSONS WHO TEACH AND ADVOCATE THE 'OVERTHROW AND DESTRUCTION OF THE 
GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES .BY FORCE AND- VIOLENCE,! IT IS 
ANTICIPATED THAT THESE COMPLAINTS WILL JE FILED BEFORE lUSC HENRY P, 
CARR AT PHILA, ALTHOUGH EXACT DATE OF FILING NOT PJESENTLY KNOWN AND 
THEY WILL BE SIGNED BY SA JACK WALDMAN, MR HALL WILL REQUEST ONE 
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS BOND FOR BART AND SEVENTYFIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS 
BOND EACH OF THE OTHER DEFENDANTS* PLEASE NOTE THAT TIIES^ COMPLAINTS 



HAVE NOT BEEN FILED AND WARRANTS HAVE NOT BEEN ISSUED, THIS TELETYPE 
IS TO ALERT RECEIVEING OFFICES AND ,YQU WILL BE NOTIFIED WJfEN WARRANTS 
ARE ACUTALLY ISSUED IN THE EVENT ANY or THE SUBJECTS ARE A> BE 
APPREHENDED IN YOUR DISTRICT. 

CORNELIUS 
CORRECTION PAGE ONE FOUR TH LINE FRO?) BOTTON ANDWfl FIVE 
THAT LINE SHOULD BE "COMMIT" 
NK ACK NY AND WA HOLD 
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PHILIP BART, was* 
IOTMWA1 SECURITY ^ 
Smith Act 1940 
(Hew York fiX^lOO-565 1 



DATE; August .14, 1951 



Re copy of your letter to bureau dated August 9* 1951 ♦ 

I | ms interviewed 

on August 13, 1951 by Special Agent CKHJSTCS 'S, OIKAS concerning the above- b ? D 
captioned individual* 



I [ advised that May Day celebrations were held In Cleveland , Ohio 
in 1931, 1932, 1933 :and 1934. He stated subject appeared as one of the principal 
speakers at one of those celebrations in -Cleveland, Ohio* He could not recall 
subjects specific statements at the celebration; however, he stated generally 
it was .customary at such celebrations for the .speakers to talk about the over- 
throw of Wall Street and the capitalistic system* He added that occasionally a 
speaker would slip and talk about the overthrow of the government. 

Following the celebration, a regular CoEWirdst Party meeting was held 
at the Ohio State Cossrunist Party headquarters^ which was located on Prospect 
Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio* 



I I advised he knew subject as .District Organizer tcv the Stat? of 
Ohio in About 1932. Subject was succeeded by a colored individual ' t aned A*:r-s», 
who in turn was succeeded by tCLUAMSON. 



and being bald on top front* 



described subject as having a slight build, a squeaky voice 



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idaa not certain of any dates and could furnish no additional 

infonnation concerning subject except that sometime about 1933 or 1934 j subject 
was ^called to Coraunist Party headquarters, New York, for reassignment. 



stated he would be willing to testify In the event he is needed 

1 ia divorced and presently resides at the| . I 

He has resided in! 



for about fiv$ year3» He is I I He has nc *ia v -t 

or cri&inal record in ihf» | J .area« He his 5 slight Slovak accent jn his 
speech, but generally makes a fair appearance and should be .a credible witness. 
,He was a mejsfcer -of the CP in Cleveland Stool approximately 1931-1934* BUG. 



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DIRECTOR AND SAC. URGENT ' • 

RE PHIL BART, VA IS DASH C, SMITH ACT, NEW YORK REQUESTED TO ADVISE 
BUREAU AND PHILA, * AT ONCE MAT EFFORTS ARE BEING MADE TO LOCATE 

bart, Submit daily teletype thereafter detailing efforts 

BEING MADE, 

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Transmit the following Teletype message to: BUREAU & PHILADELPHIA URGENT 

< 

PHILIP BART, m, IS-C, SMITH ACT OF -NINETEEN FORTY. FULL TIME SURVEILIANCE 
CONTINUES AT SUBJECTS RESIDENCE ! TWO SEC THREE ATKINS AVE., BROOKLYN, N.Y. 
SURVEILIANCE .CONTINUES AT CP HEADQUARTERS, FI&Y-FIVE I EAST WELVE STREET, 
NYC. AND DAILY WORKER OFFICE, FIFTY EAST THIRTEENTH STREET DURING BUSINESS 
HOURS. NO PERTINENT DEVELOPMENTS. FOR INFO. 



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UNITED STATES. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



HEWYORK, NEW YORK 
AUG. 16, 1951 



Transmit the following Teletype message to: BUREAUS PHILADELPHIA 



URGENT 



PHILIP BART, WAS., IS-C£, SMITH ACT OF FORTY. FULL TIKE SURVEILLANCE ON 
SUBJECT'S RESIDENCE, CP HEADQUARTERS AND DAILY WORKER OFFICE CONTINUES. 
SPOT SURVEILLANCE ON SUBJECT'S CONTACTS MAINTAINED. FOR INFO. 



SCHSIDT 



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NEW YORK 1 FROM PHI LA' 16 1230 PM 

SAC URGENT 

PHILIP f BART, WAS., IS DASH C, SMITH ACT FORTY. RE NY TELETYP£ 
THIS DATE- AND QUR TELETYPES AUG. TEN AND TWELVE LAST. NEW YORK 
SHOULD CONSIDER USE OF ALL INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES IN ATTEMPTING TO 
LOCATE BART. ADVISE IF HE IS ON VACATION OR IF EXPECTED DURATION 
OF ABSENCE KNOWN ANDWHETHER OR NOT WHEREABOUTS OF CONNIE BART AND 
SELMA WEISS, BELIEVED RESIDiNG WITH BARTS IS, KNOWN. INFORMATION , 
RECEIVED. FROM WFO THAT GEORGE HEWITT, AKA TIMOTHY .HOLMES, WELL 
KNOWN TO BUREAU, SAILED WITH BART UNDER NAME WILLIAM JACKSON ON 
SEPT.' SIX; THIRTY ON SS NEW AMSTERDAM WHEN BART ALLEGEDLY LEFT 
TO ATTEND LENIN SCHOOL. .DE LET TO BUREAU DATED JULY SEVENTEEN 

i ' 4 

LAST REFLECTS THAT HEWITT ALLEGEDLY, ATTENDED LENIN SCHOOL WITH , 

BART IN THIRTY. EXPEDITE INTERVIEW OF 

HEWITT. EEXPEDITE CHECK COURT RECORDS^ FOR BART-S 

ALLEGED CHANGE OF NAME. ABOVE NEEDED IMMEDIATELY FOR SUPPLEMENTAL 

PROSECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT. 

CORNELIUS " ■..-., 

CORRECTION THIRD LIN FROM, BOTTOM SECOND WORD SH 'READ "EXPEDITE" - , 

END AND ACK ■ MV~ ^A *\ lO'lC* 

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607 United States Court House 
Foley Square 

HY 100-56579 New Tork 7 ' New York 



PERSONAL. AND COHFIDEMTIAL 

•* August 16, 1951 

Mr* Edward L« Braune, Agent * ! 

New York Telephone Company 4 

UO West Street 

New York 7, New York 

Dear Mr* Braune; 

This will confirm receipt of information concerning the following 
telephone numbers; 

Ac 2-6987 



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This informa tion was* needed in connection with an official in- 
vestigation being conducted by this office ♦ ' 

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter* 
RDB.JR OL • Very tr^y yours, 

EDWARD SCHEDIT 
4 Special Agent In- Charge 



CTOFY 
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Transmit the following Teletype message to: PHILADELPHIA 'URGENT 



PHILIP BART, WAS.£ IS-C, SMITH ACT, FORTY. UNBSSS ADVISED TO THE CONTRARY, 
NY WILL NOT INTERVIEW GEORGE HEWITT BECAUSE, HE IS NOT ALMOST TOTALLY 
PARALYZED, HAS JUST RECENTLY BEEN DISCHARGED FSOM THE BBLIEVUE PSYCHIATRIC 
WARD AND WHEN LBST INTERVIEWED WAS EXTREMELY INCOHERENT, HS THEREFORE 
WOULD MAKE A POOR WITNESS AND THE BUREAU WOULD NOT USE HIM BECAUSE H3 HAS 

WAS IDENTI- 



BEEN CHARGED WITH PERJURY IN THE PAST. 

PIED IN MYIETT2R WHICH SUMMARIZED PERTINENT INFORMATION ON SUBJECT FOR 

PROSECUTIVE SUMMARY* PHILADELPHIA. SUTEL DATE AND COURT IN WHICH SUBJECT 

CHANGED HIS NAME. 



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PHILLIP BART, UA'S. JS -DASH C, 

COVERING CAPE COD, MA'SS. AREA, ADVISED THIS. A* M. THAT 




, REPORTER, .BOSTON 4£ 



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TELEPHONED HIM LAST NIGHT FROM MELUQSE, .MASS,, AND "CONFIDED HE 



WAS COMING TO CAPE COD' TODAY -HOPING TO LOCATE AND CONTACT PHILLIP 

SAID, WAS RECENTLY IN BOSTON 



BART OF THE DAILY WORKER WHO, 

AND PROBABLY SOMEWHERE ON CAPE COD NOW.. 

IMG BART TOR 



SAID HE WAS LOCAT- 



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OF THE NY HERALD TRIBUNE, REASON UNKNOWN 

BART MIGHT CONTACT FERDINANDA 



TOLD 



W. REED, SHAWME RD., SANDWICH,' MASS., AS SHE WAS FORMER PART OWNER OF 

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SAID BART WITH 



FORTYONE BLUE GRAY TWO DOOR PLYMOUTH, NY REGISTRATION THREE K EIGHT 
NINE, ONE NAUGHT, 



PROVIDED THE FOLLOWING INFO ON A CONFIDENTIAL BASIS. 



HE STATED 



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DESIRES HIS IDENTITY IN INSTANT MATTER BE MAINTAINED ON A CONFIDENTIAL 

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SET FORTH IN REFERENCE TELETYPE FROM 



BUREAU NY AND PH WILL BE 



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New York, Neir York 
August 16, 19£L 



Transmit the following teletype message to; PHILADELPHIA. 



PHIL BART, WAS, 35C. FOLLOWING TEUBTIPB DIRECTED TO, BUREAU AND THIS 



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OFFICE RECEIVED FROM BOSTON INST DATE: "PHILLIP BART, WAS. IS DJEHJiO 
.REPORTER, BOSTON HERAID,< COTERDJG CAPE COD, MASsT AREA 




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ADVISED THIS AMTHAT 



TEIEEHONED HIM LAST NIGHT FRCM 



MEIKOSE, MASS* AND CONFIDED HE WAS COMING TO CAPE CCD TODAY HOPING 
LOCATB.AND CONTACT PHILLIP BART OF THE, DAILY WORKER WHO, 



WAS RECENTLY IN BOSTON AND PROBABLY SOMEWHERE ON > CAPE COD N(W. 
SAID HE WAS LOCATING BART FOR 



REASON UNKNOWN TO 



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BART MIGHT CONTACT 



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SAID BART WITH HIS WIFE HBIEN AND PROBABLY 
DRIVING FORTYONE BLUE GRAY OTODOOR PLIMDUTH, NY REGISTRATION 'THREE K 
EIGHT NINE ONE NAUGHT. 



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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



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FURNISHED THE, NAME OF THIS INDIVIDUAL AS A 



BOSTON WILL 



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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



NEW YORK, NEW YORK 

august a6, a9£i 

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URGENT 

rLIP BART, WAS; IS-C. RE BOSTON TEL SIXTEEN INSTANT. 
INFO BOSTON, • BUREAU HAS INSTRUCTED THAT IT IS IMPERATIVE 
THAT BART BE LOCATED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. BART LAST SEEN 
IN NYC SUNDAY, AUGUST TWELVE LAST AT TEN THIRTY PM WHEN .'HE* 

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SOOTED A SURVEILLANCE. HIS WIPE'S WHEREABOUTS ARE ALSO 

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UNKNOWN. EVERY EFFORT SHOULD BE MADE BY BOSTON DIVISION TO 
FOLLOW THROUGH ON LEADS INDICATED IN RETEL. FURTHER DETAILS 
CONCERNING THE MATTER SHOULD ALSO BE SECURED IMMEDIATELY. 
AS EXAMPLE, DETERMINE 



BART AND HIS 



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WIFE ARE PROBABLY DRIVING THE CAR MENTIONED IN RETEL WHICH 
IS A TRUE DESCRIPTION OF CAR. BART'S WIFE'S FIRST NAME IS 
ACTUALLY CONSTANCE RATHER THAN HELEN. IF SUBJECT IS LOCATED, 
BOSTON .DIVISION SHOULD IMMEDIATELY TELEPHONIC ALLY ADVISE 
INSPECTOR A. H. BELMONT OF THE BUREAU AS WELL AS SAC IN 
PHILADELPHIA AND NY. :NY IS OFFICE OF ORIGIN AND PH^L^EE; 

IS OFFICE OF PROSECUTION. PHILADELPHIA HAS BEEfl/gdH 

COPY OF^RETBL. BOSTON IS REQUESTED TO SUTEL DAl&^W* aJJJ^^Sb 

EFFORTS ARE BEING MADE TO LOCATE SUBJECT AND DEVELOPS EMS^S 

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IN CONNECTION THEREWITH. SUBJECT IS DESCRIBED AS ^MI^SSSSw 1 * 

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UNITED * STATES ' DEPARTMENT, OF JUSTICE 



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PAGE TWO 

-FORTY-EIGHT YEARS OLD; PIVE FEET TEN INCHES; ONE HUNDRED 
SIXTY-FIVE BOUNDS; BLACK HAIR, BALDING ON TOP.;. BROWN EYES. 
SUBJECT HAS A SLIGHT STOOP IN STANCE AND FLAILS HIS ARMS 
WHEN HE WALKS. DARK COMPLEXION; PROMINENT FOREHEAD; 
■PROMINENT NOSE; SUNKEN EYES WITH BLACK CIRCLES UNDERNEATH. 
AT THE TIME OF ;HIS DISAPPEARANCE HE WAS WEARING A CHOCOLATE 
BROWN GABARDINE SUIT WITH A YELLOW SPORT SHIRT. HE SELDOM 
WEARS A HAT. IF SUBJECT LOCATED IMPERATIVE THAT "FULL TIME 
CLOSE SURVEILLANCE BE MAINTAINED OF BART. IF WIFE IS 
LOCATED AND NOT SUBJECT, IT IS SUGGESTED THAT ,FULL SURVEILLANCE 
BE PLACED ON HER IN ATTEMPT .TO LOCATE HUSBAND. PHOTOGRAPH 
OF SUBJECT MAY BE FOUND IN YOUR -ALBUM. . 



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SAC .; . URGENT - , . 

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PHILIP BART, WAS, ISC, SMITH ACT, .FORTY. REURTEL THIS DATE. BART 
, WHEN REGISTERING FOR SELECTIVE SERVICE IN FORTYTWO, CLAIMED HE HAD 
NAME LEGALLY CHANGED IN COURTS OF NY. ON APPLYING FOR'PASSPORf IN 
NINETEEN TWENTYNINE, USED NAME PjIILIP BERAL. NO OTHER INFORMATION 
AVAILABLE CONCERNING DATE AND COURT IN WHICH CHANGE OCCURRED, . 
CORNELIUS 
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE New York,iNew York 
August I?, 1951 

transmit the following Teletype message to: BUREAU URGENT 

PHILADELPHIA 

PHILIP JBART, WAS, IS C, SMITH ACT OP JORTY. SURVEILLANCE AT 
SUBJECT'S HOME, DAILY WORKER OFFICE AND CP HEADQUARTERS CONTINUES, 
SPOT SURVEILLANCE AT SUBJECT 1 S CONTACTS CONTINUES. NEGATIVE 
RESULTS* FOR INFORMATION. 

SCHBIDT 




JJK:AMF #7 
100-56579 



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K. HAMILTON 
LEWIS 
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



NEW YORK, NY 
MXNXXKXXXXNKXSMKK 
AUG. 17, 1951 



Transmit the following Teletype message to: BUREAU, WFO, PHILADELPHIA, 

NEWARK, BALTIMORE, CHICAGO 
■ ALBANY, BUFFALO, CLEVELAND, 
DETROIT & PITTSBURGH URGENT 



PHILIP BART, WAS, IS-C, SMITH ACT NINETEEN FORTY. SUBJECT WHO IS 
GENERAL MANAGER OF THE DAILY WORKER AND FORMER TOP FUNCTIONARY IN 
PHIL isa PRESENTLY MISSING FROM THE N.Y. FIELD DIVISION. AS SOON 
AS HE IS LOCATED A WARRANT WILL BE ISSUED FOR HIS ARREST FOR VIOLATION 
OF THE SMITH ACT. ALL OFFICERS RECEIVING THIS TELETYPE SHOULD ALERT 
INFORMANTS AND SOURCES FOR SUBJECT-S PRESENT' WHEREABOUTS . IF IN FACT 
SUBJECT IS LOCATED AN IMMEDIATE, FULL TIME SURVEILLANCE SHOULD BE 
INSTITUTED. INSPECTOR A.H. BELMONT OF THE BUREAU, SACS NY. AND PHIL 
OFFICES SHOULD BE IMMEDIATELY TELEPHONICALLY ADVISED IF SUBJECT 
IS LOCATED. SUBJECT IS DESCRIBED AS FIVE FEET TEN INCHES, ONE SIXTY, 
FIVE POUNDS, SLIGHT STOOP, WHITE, DARK BROWN HAIR, BALDING, PROMIN- 
ENT FOREHEAD AND NOSE, SUNKEN EYES WITH DARK CIRCLES UNDERNEATH, 
SUBJECT-S PHOTO APPEARS IN TOP FUNCTIONARY ALBUM. THIS 



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PICTURE OF SUBJECT EXCEPT THAT HE IS MORE BALD ON TOP ANlf BA 3K«OF^»sm 



HEAD. SUBJECT AT TIME OF DISAPPEARANCE WAS DRIVING A BLUE Ggtg 
METALLIC, COLORED NINETEEN FORTYONE TWO DOOR PLYMOUTH SEDAN^ 
FIFTYONE NY LICENSE THREE K EIGHT NINE ONE NAUGHT, NO HUB CA 
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FOURTEEN LAST ENTITLED CP USA BRIEF DASH PROSECUTION ADDIT.lta^-M! 
COMMUNIST FUNCTIONARIES UNDER SMITH ACT IS DASH C, ADVISING THAT 

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

August 17, 1951 
New York, N.Y. 



Transmit the following Teletype message to: BOSTON — URGENT 

PHILIP BART, WAS; IS DASH C. REURTEL AUGUST SIXTEEN LAST. 
SUBJECT'S WIPE GENERALLY KNOWN, AS CONNIE BART BUT HAS USED 
FOLLOWING ALIASES: CONSTANCE S. STRAUSS, CONNIE STRAUSS, 
.DOROTHY STRAUSS, CONSTANCE BART AND MRS. PHILIP BART. HER 
DESCRIPTION FOLLOWS: BORN AUGUST FOUR, NINETEEN NAUGHT ONE, 
OCALA, FLA.; WHITE; FIVE FEET SIX INCHES; ONE FOUR FIVE LBS; 
MEDIUM BUILD; BLACK HAIR MIXED WITH GRAY AND KINKY;. BLACK 
EYES; DARK COMPLEXION; HIGH CHEEK BONES; SPEAKS ENGLISH, 
FRENCH AND GERMAN. T -PHOTOS OF HER ARE BEING IMMEDIATELY 
SENT TO YOUR OFFICE UNDER SEPARATE COVER • 



SCHEIDT 



CC: NY 100-12959 



AJK:PMS (#7) 
100-56^79 



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August 18, 1951 



Reference is made to the Prowcutire Suwary Report of SA ALBERT 
E0HDBAKEN, dated July 13, 1$U 

In connection therewith, there are being transiitted herewith to 
the Bureau, five copies of amended pages 13, 15, and io of the 
above report* Hew Jork Is being furnished three copies of the 
above pages, and the Jfciladelphi* copies are being appropriately 
changed* these attended pages are being submitted to correct in- 
accuracies noted in the originals* 



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WASHINGTON 3 NEW YORK- 3 AND PHILA1 .FROM BOSTON 

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DIRECTOR AND SAG-S _ J'R GENT 
PHILIP BART, WAS,, IS-C. RE. NY AND, BOSTELS AUGUST SIXTEEN LAST^BOSIflfc-. 
PRESENTLY MAINTAINING SURVEILLANCE AT SANDWICH, MASS. ON ANNE BURLAK 
TIMPSON, TF HERE VISITING AT REED HOME AND SURVEILLING AGENTS HAVE , 
' BEEN ALERTED TO' BE ON LOOKOUT FOR SUBJECT, WIFE AND HIS CAR, IN EVENT 
BART VISITS FERDINANDA* V. REED HOME IN SANDWICH, MASS. BOS 



WHO HAS MET BART AND IS WELL ACQUAINTED WITH, ACTIVITIES OF CP IN 

NEW BEDFORD AND FALL RIVER, MASS., INTERVIEWED WITH NEGATIVE RESULTS 
CONCERNING BART-S WHEREABOUT?. 'INFORMANT INSTRUCTED TO REPORT IMMEDIAT- 
ELY TO BOSTON ANY INFO COMING TO HIS ATTENTION CONCERNING BART. NY PREV- 
IOUSLY ADVISED BY TEL DATED AUGUST FOURTEEN' LAST IN CASE ENTITLED HENRY 
WINSTON, WAS., FUG., 10 NUMBER TWO FOUR THREE THREE, IS-C, 
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MEMBER. RESIDENT AGENTS COVERING, CAPE COD AREA HAVE BEEN ALERTED REGARD- 
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SEARCHED— —INDEXED. 

ADVISED OF ANY PERTINENT DEVELOPMENTS IN BttiMtXASEft 
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



HEW YORK, NEW YORK 
AUG 20, 1951 



Transmit the following Teletype message to; BUREAU - PHILADELPHIA 

U R GEN T 



PHILIP BART, WAS; IS DASH C, SMITH ACT, FCRTY. SURVEILLANCE 
AT CP HQS # AND tt DW n OFFICE CONTINUES DURING BUSINESS HOURS* 
SURVEILLANCE AT SUBtPS HOME DISCONTINUED., FIVE NEIGHBORS 
ALERTED TO NOTIFY NYO IMMEDIATELY IF SUB J SHOULD RETURN* 
FOR INFO* 

SCHBIDT 




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100-56579 



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August 21, 1951 



Brooklyn 1, lew York 



In connection with an investigation being conducted 
by this Bureau, it is requested that a cover be placed on all 
mail, including special delivery and registered mail, of the 
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August 21, 1951 



Hon* Albert Goldman 

Postxoaster 
General Post Office 

33r<l Street & Eighth Avenue 
Hew York l f Mew York 



Dear Sirj 

In connection with an "investigation being conducted 
by this 'Bureau, it is requested that a cover "be placed on all 
mail, including special delivery and registered mail, .of the 
Allowing for a period g>t fltff $£ <Ws$rosSMAH 

898 West End Avenue 
New York Z$, New York 



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August 21, 1951 



Bon. Edward T« Qulgley 

Postmaster 
Federal Building 

Brooklyn 1, lew York 



Dear Sir: 



■In connection with an investigation being conducted 
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mail, including special delivery and registered mail, of the 
following for a period of ^xfiKfdqxVY (and all other at) 

120 Avenue H 
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■Transmit the following Teletype message to: BUREAU^ PHILADELPHIA, URGENT 
PHILIP BART WAS. IS - C, SMITH ACT NINETEEN FORTY. TILLIE .'POMBRANTZ, 
TWO SIX THREE ATKINS AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, ADVISED THAT CONNIE 
BART, SUBJECT'S WIPE HAS NOT .BEEN AT TWO SIX THREE ATKINS AVENUE SINCE 
$jlU*fB FOURTH, NINETEEN FIFTY ONE, AT WHICH TIME SHE LEFT FOR A REST 'DUE 
TO A SEVERE COLD. SELMA WEISS, WHO RESIDES WITH BART AT TWO SIX THREE 
ATKINS AVENUE, HAS NOT RETURNED TO RESIDENCE SINCE AUGUST THIRTEEN, 
NINETEEN FIFTY ONE. SUBJECT'S CAR WAS STORED AT GARAGE ON EAST 
ELEVENTH STREET, NEW YORK, NEW YORK FROM EVENING OF AUGUST TWELFTH, 
NINETEEN FIFTY ONE UNTIL TWO t P.M. AUGUST FIFTEENTH, NINETEEN FIFTY 
ONE WHEN AN UNIDENTIFIED MALE PICKED 'UP SUBJECT'S CAR. GARAGE OWNER 
IDENTIFIED THIS, .PERSON WHO PICKED UP CAR AS "FRIEND OF BART AND OTHER 
COMMUNISTS." SURVEILLANCE AT CP HEADQUARTERS AND D.W. OFFICE NEGATIVE. 
UACB SURVEILLANCE OF CP HEADQUARTERS WILL BE DISCONTINUED AND ONLY 
SPOT SURVEILLANCE OF D.W. OFFICE WILL BE CONTINUED. VhILAZELPHIA 
SEND AMSD TO NYO FULL FACE PHOTOGRAPH OF SUBJECT'S WI 



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PHILIP BART, WAS., IS DASH C, SMITH ACT FORTY* RE NY TEL AUG* TWENTYTW 
LAST* NY SHOULD CONSIDER USE OF ALL INVESTIGATIVE TECHNIQUES IN 
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HAVE BEEN SET FORTH FOR AUXILIARY OFFICES TO ASSIST IN LOCATION OF 
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Transmit the following Teletype message to: PHILADELPHIA. . . ...URGENT 

PHILIP BART, WAS, ISC, SMITH ACT OP FORTY. RECORDS OF NY COUNTY 
CLERKS OFFICE, NYC, CITY COURT OF NY COUNTY IN NYC AND "KINGS 
COUNTY CLERKS OFFICE IN BROOKLYN,. NY, WERE CHECKED FROM JANUARY 
TWENTYNINE TO JANUARY FORTYTHREE AND .NO RECORD OF SUBJECT EVER 
HAVING CHANGED HIS NAME FROM PHILIP BERAL TO PHILIP -BART WAS 
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PATE; 3/24/51 



There 4s "being tainted herewith sne Ml .faced. 
photograph of the subject's wife, CONSTATS BAM 
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PHILIP BASS, 1W 
IHTERHAL SECJKCK - C 
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aelet from Bdladelphia to Detroit , 8/10/SL regarding Subject* 

I ~l positively tdantlfifla Subject ft*** b?D 

photograph submitted to Detroit la referenced letter. Photograph is 
returned herewith to Philadelphia, 

Hotel Philadelphia to Detroit 5/12/53. concerning Subject. 
A recheek of Detroit City Directories failed to reflect any additional 
information concerning Subject's residenee at 671 Hague Avenue, Detroit, 
In 192?. Jron the City Directorlee 1928 to 3$}X t the names of two tenants 
who reeided at 671 Hague daring that thres-yoar period were obtained; 
namely, IDUI3 HATHIS, Apartmnt A-7> and DAVID ATLAS, Apartment A-8. 
However, attempts to loeate these two people in Detroit by use of the 
current telephone directory were unsuccessful* 

She 1530-31 Detroit City Directory lists a. JOEfOjr mDMAs*, 
auto worker, residence 11*70*. Euclid Avenue, but attempts to locate 
FELDUAN through a search of the current Detroit Telephone Directory were 

ifflsueeessful* 

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%?* HEHHIETTA H0MT, 671 Hague Avenue, Detroit, advised that she 
has been here since 183h, i* the oldest tenant in the building, and could 
be of no as s ista n ce in furnishing any information ooncernlng Subject m*"" 
she never knew him or heard of hi** Mrs. HOW satnlalncd that ownership of 
this property has changed several times since 2S3U and the coamunity is 
now substantially occupied by another race* 

Betel from Hew Terk 8A7/$U All informants of the Detroit 
Office have been alerted to iawedUtely roport Subject's whereabouts 
should such information ooam to their attention* 

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